Megan Beneat-Donald

Megan Bénéat-Donald is a writer, researcher, and policy advisor specialising in immigration and models of integration, along with British and Canadian foreign policy toward the MENA region. Her research interests revolve around the topics of self-expression in ‘post’-colonial states, and religious accommodation in secular spaces. Megan’s work has been published in various books and acclaimed international publications.

The Narcicyst: Iraq is the Bomb (Part 2/2)

May 25, 2013

Megan Bénéat-Donald in conversation with Iraqi-Canadian musician, The Narcicyst. This is the last of a two part series. Read part one. Bénéat-Donald: Your multilayered identity as an Iraqi/Arab/Canadian musician makes your perspective unique in contrast to those of other artists in the mainstream hip-hop industry. How would you say you...

Obama’s Second Chance on the Home Front

January 20, 2013

As Obama prepares for another four years in the White House, questions arise as to which issues will define the president’s domestic agenda during his second term in office.

Graffiti, Meet Arabic Calligraphy

December 16, 2012

Arabic graffiti artist eL Seed shares his thoughts on the role of Tunisian street art, his unique mix of calligraphy and graffiti, and why contradictions are the key to overcoming difference. [View the photo feature, Graffiti, Meet Arabic Calligraphy.]