MESA Mentoring Award
The MESA Mentoring Award was established in 1995 and first given at MESA’s 1996 annual meeting. The award recognizes exceptional contributions retired faculty have made to the education and training of others.
2017 Nomination Guidelines
MESA members are invited to submit to the Secretariat written nominations for the
MESA Mentoring Award. Letters of nomination should detail the contributions of the individual. The nominator should also
append a biographical sketch and/or CV of the nominee and complete
the official nomination form, listing AT LEAST two other references who will submit letters that describe the nominee's qualifications
(Note: the nominator should collect all letters and submit with other materials).
Nominators are reminded that the award is intended for retired faculty who have made substantial contributions to the education and training of others.
The awardee will be announced at the Awards Ceremony at MESA's annual meeting and will receive a beautifully matted and framed certificate.
The nomination deadline for the 2017 MESA Mentoring Award is June 01, 2017. Nominations should be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to:
MESA Mentoring Award
Middle East Studies Association
3542 N Geronimo Ave.
Tucson AZ 85705
Please address questions to:
2016 Award Recipient
Richard W. Bulliet
See below for list of previous awardees.
|2015||Jere L. Bacharach, University of Washington
Israel Gershoni, Tel Aviv University
|2014||Salih J. Altoma, Indiana University|
|2013||Wadad Kadi, University of Chicago|
|2012||Charles D. Smith, University of Arizona|
Clement Moore Henry, University of Texas at Austin
Ira M. Lapidus, University of California, Berkeley
|2009||Robert L. Tignor, Princeton University|
|2008||Walter G. Andrews, University of Washington|
|2007||Norman Iskowitz, Princeton University|
|2006||William Cleveland (posthumously), Simon Fraser University|
|2005||Ralph Jaekel, University of California, Los Angeles|
|2004||Issa J. Boullata, McGill University|
|2003||Robert A. Fernea, University of Texas at Austin|
|2001||Nikki R. Keddie, University of California, Los Angeles|
|2000||Arthur E. Goldschmidt, Jr., Pennsylvania State University
Afaf Lutfi Al-Sayyid Marsot, University of California, Los Angeles
|1999||Charles Issawi, Princeton University|
|1998||L. Carl Brown, Princeton University|
|1997||Farhat J. Ziadeh, University of Washington|
J. C. Hurewitz, Columbia University