Rania Dalloul is Palestinian-Lebanese, born and raised in Kuwait. After receiving her BA in Political Science and Philosophy from Concordia University in Montreal, QC, her research and writing has maintained a focus on marginalized communities and transitory experiences. Alongside her body of work spanning fieldwork and research with Palestinian Refugees, she assisted in the establishment of Creative Space Beirut, a non-profit, free educational program for aspiring designers. With an emerging career in research, she joined the graduate urban program, Theories of Urban Practice, at the New School Parsons, and produced a graphic novel in collaboration with her sister, Nada Dalloul. Alongside writing accessible literature, and producing non-fiction graphic novels, she is devoted to urban initiatives of inclusion, education, and literary activism.