Newton International Postdoctoral Fellow, UCL Division of Psychiatry, UCL
Dr. Tarek Younis has a PhD/PsyD in Psychology from the Université du Québec à Montréal. He is currently a Newton International Fellow (2017-2019) in London, UK, on a fellowship funded by the British Academy. His previous research explored the religious and national identity development of Muslims in Montreal, Copenhagen and Berlin. His current research explores the impact of counter-terrorism policies in healthcare settings, which the UK government designates a ‘pre-criminal space’. He was previously a consultant for police on Arab/Muslim community issues in Montreal, Canada.
Nov 14, 2018 11:55 am UTC| Life
Imagine a small, rat-infested town. Everyone is complaining about the rats and it dawns on the mayor she might gain some political advantage from dealing with the issue. So, she poisons the towns water. Lo, all the rats...