Theodore Caponis

Theodore is a research analyst with thirteen years of experience in data and content analysis spent within the intricacies of language and social behavior.

As Research & Policy Lead at Siren, he provides direction, expertise, and coordination on key public sector reform projects and field studies. Previously, he has been involved in the conception, planning, and assessment of some of the Arab world’s most consequential communication programs, tackling issues related to violence, security, governance, and disinformation.

Theodore is the author of Des Armes et des mots, a book exploring the concept of resistance in the speeches of Bachir Gemayel. More recently, he published Le droit et le devoir de tuer, a semantic analysis of murder in Albert Camus’ The Rebel. He holds a master’s degree in political science from the Saint Joseph University of Beirut where he also lectures.

He is fluent in Arabic, English, and French.