Gal Buyanover is a graduate student of Middle Eastern History in Tel Aviv University. Gal is particularly interested in the modern history of Iran. She has dedicated a large part of her academic work to studying the rights of oppressed groups, particularly women and ethnic and religious minorities. She has worked as a research assistant at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies, covering almost every aspect of the Middle East. She lives in Tel Aviv, Israel, and spends her free time reading, watching movies, baking and attempting to learn new languages.
Updated January 2015
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