Dalia Hatuqa is a multimedia journalist specializing in Israeli/Palestinian affairs, and regional Middle East issues as they pertain to business and economics, culture, art and U.S. foreign policy. She also writes about religion, minorities and immigration in the U.S. In 2021, she received a fellowship from the Maynard Institute, which provided cutting-edge training and year-long mentorship for storytellers to prime them as candidates for higher roles in the workplace. In 2020, she attended the Mesa Refuge, a two-week writing residency in Point Reyes, California. She is also a recipient of the Kiplinger Fellowship in Public Affairs Journalism (2017), focusing on digital tools, namely social media, podcasting, mobile videography and virtual reality. Dalia is a recipient of grants from the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation, Religion News Foundation and the Overseas Press Club of America. She also received a Presidential Scholarship to pursue her Master’s degree in journalism at Northwestern University in 2005. Her work has been published in The Washington Post, Time, The NYRB, The Economist, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, The Atlantic and elsewhere, and her radio stories and commentary have aired on NPR, PRI’s The World, the BBC and Monocle 24.