Mary Fitzgerald is a writer and researcher specializing in the Euro-Mediterranean region with a particular focus on Libya. She has reported on and researched Libya since February 2011 and lived there in 2014. She is an Associate Fellow at ICSR, King’s College London, and a Trustee of Friends of Europe in Brussels. Her writing has appeared in publications including the Economist, Foreign Policy, the New Yorker, the Financial Times, and the Guardian. She is a contributing author to an edited volume on the Libyan uprising and its aftermath published by Oxford University Press.
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Abu Salim was once notorious as the prison where Gadhafi’s opponents were imprisoned, all but forgotten. But in a few short years, conflict has changed the memory of that place and the prison has become embroiled in the contested narratives of post-revolution Libya.