[P6600] Islamists and Secularists in Electoral Politics

Created by SYSTEM Manager
Wednesday, 12/01/21 2:00 pm

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Hesham Sallam

(Stanford University)
Hesham Sallam is a Research Associate at CDDRL and serves as the Associate-Director of the Program on Arab Reform and Democracy. He is also a co-editor of Jadaliyya ezine and a former program specialist at the U.S. Institute of Peace. His research focuses...
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Muharrem Aytug Sasmaz

(Stanford University)
Aytug Sasmaz is a PhD candidate at Harvard University. Currently he is working on his dissertation project, which examines the challenges of party-building in the Mediterranean Middle East, particularly Tunisia, Turkey and Morocco. He is involved in research...
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Miaad Hassan

(University of Florida)
Miaad Hassan received her PhD in Political Science at the University of Florida. With a special interest in the Middle East, Turkey and North Africa, Hassan focuses on identity politics, social cleavages, party systems, Islamic politics, authoritarian...
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Nur Köprülü

(Near East University)
She has been working on processes of democratization in the Arab Middle East and consolidated monarchies in the post-Arab uprisings era. Her research interests also cover electoral pluralism and authoritarianism. Köprülü wrote her PhD dissertation...
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Sohail Jannessari

(Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
I’ve been an adjunct professor at Universitat Pompeu Fabra from January 2020. I’m responsible for the courses Quantitative Methodology I and Quantitative Methodology IV. The MQ courses go from introduction to math and statistics for political science...
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