Sintia Issa is editor at large at The Public Source and writes about art, infrastructure, and neoliberalism in Lebanon. She is a PhD candidate in visual culture at the University of California Santa Cruz.
Returning to the Land and Our Oral Plantcestral History
Seasons of Life and War in South Lebanon: An Interview on Ecologies of Resistance
If These Walls Could Speak
If Tripoli's walls could speak, what would they say?