Eickelman, Dale F.
Ralph and Richard Lazarus Professor of Anthropology and Human Relations; and Relationship Coordinator (Director), The Dartmouth College-American University of Kuwait Program I am fascinated by how religion coupled with changing ideas of education and both traditional and innovational means of communication...
Irani, George E.
Associate Professor, International Relations
American University of Kuwait
Before joining the faculty as Associate Professor of International Studies at the American University of Kuwait (AUK) George Emile Irani was Visiting Professor at the Universidad San Pablo-CEU in Madrid (Spain). Until January 2008, he was Director for the Africa and Middle East Program at the Toledo...
Project Researcher/Adjunct Lecturer
KANDA, Yui. 2017. “Kashan Revisited: A Luster-painted Ceramic Tombstone inscribed with a Chronogram-Poem by Muhtasham Kashani,” Muqarnas 34, 273–286. KANDA, Yui. 2017. “Revisiting the So-Called Ghayb? Workshop: Toward a History of Burj? Maml?k Ceramics,” Orient 52, 39–57.
Museum Education, Public Learning and Engagement, Visual Critical Studies/ Museum Education
MEGS (Museum Education Graduate Scholar) 2018/2019 at Art Institute of Chicago MA in Visual Critical Studies (SAIC) Teaching Assistant - Contemporary Lebanese Art Teaching Assistant- Professional Executive Education
University of Massachusetts Boston
Muhammad Masud is Assistant Professor of Arabic Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston where he is also Director of the Arabic Studies Program. Masud’s research examines modern Arabic literature, culture and politics, with specific focus on refugee studies, Arab authoritarianism, and contemporary...
Professor/Director of Research in Geopolitics, Strategy/Geopolitics
Yahia H. Zoubir is Professor of International Studies and International Management, and Director of Research in Geopolitics at KEDGE Business School (formerly EUROMED MANAGEMENT), Marseille, France. His recent works include, Global Security Watch: The Maghreb (Praeger, 2013); North Africa: Politics,...
Shields, Sarah D.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Sarah Shields, Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Professor in the History Department at the University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill, teaches courses on the modern Middle East, the history of Iraq, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the development and consequences of nationalism and borders in...
Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor, Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
Ellen McLarney is an assistant professor of Arabic language, literature, and culture in the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Department at Duke University. She first learned Arabic as a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco where she spent two years. Her book Soft Force: Women in Egypt’s Islamic Awakening...