CMES Faculty Research Grant Awardees

(Note) For Summer 2020-2021, the competition was cancelled because of the pandemic
 

Summer 2019

Samira Farwaneh, Associate Professor ,School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies
Research Project: “Is this Arabic? Documenting the Grammar of Faifi Arabic”

Summer 2018

Linda Darling, Professor, History
Research Project: “From Border Province to Imperial Hub: Syria’s Changing Geopolitical Roles as a New Ottoman Province”
 
Jennifer Post, Associate Professor, Fred Fox School of Music
Research Project: “Naming and Claiming Space in the Altai Mountains Kazakh Language Song Maps in Mongolia”
 
Jeannine Relly and Maggy Zanger Associate Professors, School of Journalism
Research Project: “ISIS, tradition and oil as forms of ‘capture’: The impact of violence, politics, culture and economic crisis on journalists in Kurdistan, Iraq”

Summer 2017

Mahmoud Azaz, Assistant Professor, School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies
Research Project: “Teachers’ role in Arabic language planning in Egypt”
 
Leila Hudson, Associate Professor, School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies
Research Project: “Lines of Flight from Syria: A Damascus Refugee Family’s Displacement, Migration and Exile”
 
Maha Nassar, Assistant Professor, School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies
Research Project: “Palestinian Citizens of Israel and Debates over Palestinian Statehood”

Summer 2016

Pearce Paul Creasman, Associate Professor, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
Research Project: “Excavation and Documentation of a Recently Discovered Egyptian Temple”
 
Scott Lucas, Associate Professor, School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies
Research Project: “Zaydi Interpretations of Qur’anic Laws in Yemen”
 
David Jones Marshall, Postdoctoral Research Associate, School of Geography and Development
Research Project: "History, Heritage, and Hope: Mediatizing Memory in Nablus, Palestine"
 

 

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