Dr Kareem Estefan is a scholar of contemporary visual culture who specializes in Arab moving-image practices, documentary and experimental cinema, and engagements with colonialism and its legacies in contemporary art and film. He is Assistant Professor of Film and Screen Studies at the University of Cambridge, teaching in the History of Art department as well as the Centre for Film and Screen Studies. Currently, Kareem is working on a book manuscript on witnessing and worldbuilding in contemporary Palestinian film, video, and digital media practices. Based on his doctoral dissertation, this manuscript posits a model of witnessing as a decolonial process of worldbuilding and world repair in which artists refract the unjust conditions of the present and reconstruct unrealized political potential from the past to animate visions of emergent rights and resurgent communities. Kareem’s writing has appeared in publications including 4 Columns, Artforum, Art in America, BOMB, Feminist Media Histories, Frieze, Ibraaz, Journal of Palestine Studies, Journal of Visual Culture, The New Inquiry, Third Text, and World Records. He is co-editor of Assuming Boycott: Resistance, Agency, and Cultural Production (OR Books, 2017), an anthology of essays on cultural boycotts, artists’ activism, and transnational solidarities.