Max Ajl is a postdoctoral fellow at the Rural Sociology Group at Wageningen University and an
associated researcher at the Tunisian Observatory for Food Sovereignty and the Environment. He researches decolonization, agrarian political economy, Arab agrarian questions, Tunisian intellectual history, and ecological planning. He has consulted with UN-Habitat and other international agencies. His academic articles have been published in Journal of Peasant Studies, Review of African Political Economy, Agrarian South, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, Globalizations, and elsewhere. He is an associate editor at Agrarian South and Journal of Labor and Society. His book, A People’s Green New Deal, was published in 2021 with Pluto Press.