Faculty News

  • Marwa Shalaby

    Professor Marwa Shalaby has an article in Cambridge University Press, entitled "Female Representation and Legitimacy: Evidence from a Harmonized Experiment in Jordan, Morocco, and Tunisia"

  • Daniel Williford

    Professor Daniel Williford had an article published in the International Journal of Middle East Studies and Cambridge University Press, entitled "Experimental Visions of Modern Morocco: Expertise, Popularization, and Everyday Technologies in the Work of 'Abd al-Salam al-Diyuri".

  • Nevine El Nossery’s latest book

    Professor El Nossery is thrilled to announce that her new book, "Arab Women's Revolutionary Art", is published and available for order from Palgrave Macmillan. Faculty Director Steven Brooke interviewed her about this exciting book.

  • Aili Tripp

    was awarded the National Science Foundation grant for the book project "War, Revolution, and the Expansion of Women’s Political Citizenship".

  • Aaron Rock-Singer

    An interview about his latest book:  "In the Shade of the Sunna: Salafi Piety in the 20th-Century Middle East"

  • Sam England

    appeared for an episode of a WPR program on Arabic poetry, music, the building foundations of musical performances, Suez, Sufism, and other topics.

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