Aurélie Daher is a French, English and Arabic-speaking academic who teaches political science and the sociology of conflicts at University of Paris-Dauphine (PSL), Institut Pratique du Journalisme (IPJ), and Sciences Po Paris.
At Paris-Dauphine, she is co-head of a Master's program in Conflict Transformation & Peace Studies, and responsible for the graduate-level courses at the International Affairs Department. She is also a member of the Academic Integrity Committee of the University of Paris-Dauphine.
She holds a Master's degree in Public Management from ESCP Europe, as well as a Master's degree in Political Science, a DEA in Sociology of the Muslim World and a PhD in Political Science from Sciences Po Paris.
She was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Oxford, St Antony's College, on two occasions (2010-2011 and 2016-2017). In the United States, she taught at Princeton University, NJ (2012-2013).
Her research focuses on Hezbollah, Middle Eastern Shiism, Lebanese and Middle Eastern politics. She also works on the new aspects of Middle Eastern jihadism and its repercussions on European societies.