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Reva Dhingra_2021 

Reva Dhingra is a PhD candidate in government, where she researches migration, refugees, and public service provision in the Middle East and United States.

Her dissertation research examines the politics of humanitarian aid coordination and the effect of aid and refugees on local service provision and governance in Jordan. She employs mixed methods, including qualitative and semi-ethnographic research, quantitative analysis of observational data, and a planned survey.

Prior to her graduate studies, she worked on the Syria response team at the International Rescue Committee from 2015-2017, including regional travel to Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria. She was a 2014-2015 Fulbright fellow in Jordan, where she researched the politics of education provision for out-of-school Syrian refugees and Jordanians, and graduated with a BA in Middle East Studies (honors) and International Relations from Brown University.

Reva's policy writings on refugee and migrant rights have appeared in the Washington Post, The Prospect, Lawfare, and other outlets.