Rania Dalloul is a Project Associate at the Urban Homesteading Assistance Board (UHAB) in New York City. Palestinian-Lebanese and raised in Kuwait, she received her BA in Political Science and Philosophy from Concordia University in Montreal. Since 2009 Rania has been researching with various UN agencies, and conducting fieldwork and research with Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon. At Parsons' School of Design Strategies at The New School, she joined the MA Theories of Urban Practice program and produced a graphic novel in collaboration with her sister, Nada Dalloul tracing the oral histories of a postcolonial company town in Kuwait. Alongside writing accessible literature, and producing non-fiction graphic novels, she is devoted to urban initiatives of inclusion, education, and literary activism.