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2013-2014

"Tibetan Muslims and Their Role in Tibetan Society"

David Atwill, Associate Professor, History and Asian Studies, Penn State University

"The Revitalization of Faith-Based NGOs and the Resultant Effects on Social Policy in Turkey"

Tuncay Guloglu, Professor, Labor Economics and Industrial Relations, Yalova University (Turkey)

"The Power of Old Paper: ‘Saving Manuscripts’, ‘Tolerant Islam’ and the Meanings of Timbuktu in Mali and Beyond"

Bruce Hall, Associate Professor, History and African Studies, Duke University

"Marriage with the Houris: Matepahor, Jihad, and the Digital Age"

Nerina Rustomji, Associate Professor, History, St. John’s University

"What is Islam?: The Importance of Being Islamic"

Shahab Ahmed, Associate Professor of Islamic Studies, Near Eastern Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

"Architecture Changes With Tradition: Cities of Southern Algeria in the Sahara"

Mounia Chekhab-Abudaya, Curator, Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar

"Qadi Justice in Chinese Courts: The Bureaucratization of Islamic Procedural Justice in the People’s Republic of China"

Matthew Erie, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, Princeton University

"Mobile Entertainers and Evolving Islam in the Dutch East Indies"

Laurie Margot Ross, Postdoctoral Fellow, SSRC Trans-Regional Research Fellowship, Cornell University

"Tracing the Saint-Simonian Mediterranean Dream in the Life and Work of Huda Shaarawi"

Amr Kamal, Associate Professor of French and Arabic, Foreign Languages & Literature, City College of New York

"Creating a (Muslim) Revolutionary Public in the Days of Independence: The Republic of Guinea under Sékou Touré"

Michael McGovern, Associate Professor, Anthropology, University of Michigan

"The European Empires and the Hajj"

John Slight, Research Fellow, History, St. John’s College, Cambridge University

"Oriental by Design: Ottoman Jews and the Stuff of Empire"

Julia Phillips Cohen, Associate Professor of Jewish Studies, History, Vanderbilt University

"The Past and Present of History Writing in Kashmir"

Chitralekha Zutshi, Professor, History, College of William and Mary

"Religious Slaughter Politics in Europe: Working with both the Muslim and Jewish Communities"

Joe Regenstein, Professor Emeritus, Food Studies, Cornell University

"Writing Popular Biography: The Case of the Infamous Ottoman Concubine Roxelana"

Leslie Peirce, Professor, History and Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, New York University