Nadim Damluji researches and writes about the history of Arab comics. As a Thomas J. Watson Fellow, he traced the colonial impact of Hergé's The Adventures of Tintin by retracing Tintin's footsteps through the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. Nadim has lectured and published his work on comics throughout the United States and Middle East. in 2015, he co-curated the exhibit "Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture" based on his work for Brown University. Currently, Nadim is completing a Juris Doctorate at the University of Washington in Seattle with a focus on international business and human rights.