Advisory Board of Hebron University Research Journal is a body of senior international academics - especially those with expertise in the Middle East - that advises the journal about the quality of its articles, dissemination among academics and policy makers, future directions and holding international conferences.
Professor Wardak was nominated by professors in his field in appreciation of his impressive academic research.
The role will entail the review of articles received by the journal for publication and potential collaboration in his area of expertise. Professor Wardak has already conducted joint field research with the Dean of Hebron University's Law Faculty and the research was published at a prestigious international journal in 2018.
"I really feel honored to be invited by Hebron University Research Journal to join its Advisory Board," said Professor Wardak. "I look forward to collaborating with researchers in Palestine and the wider Middle East. I am especially interested in contributing to collaborative research that focuses on bridging existing gaps between Western and Middle Eastern academic scholarships."
Professor Wardak is currently working on a joint British Academy funded research project with Professor Kate Williams and Dr Palash Kamaruzzaman on violence and dignity among the Rohingyas in Bangladesh and IDPs in Afghanistan.
The research project is at an advance stage, and Professor Wardak hopes to complete it by December this year.