Slieman Halabi is a PhD student for social psychology at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena. Slieman’s research is mainly focused on intergroup relations and conflict. He conducted various studies during his PhD on the perceived threat associated with passing as in-group members in the context of assimilated migrants and perceiving them as impostors among majority society. Moreover, some of his research was on communication across groups and the influence of accents. Slieman is a Palestinian citizen of Israel where he worked as a group facilitator for Israeli Palestinian dialogue groups.
Updated in May 2019