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Current and Recent Fellows and Research Associates

Current and Recent Fellows and Research Associates

2015-2016 U.S. DEPT. OF STATE EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS FELLOWS

Iman Abdulfattah

Research topic:  A Sultan and his Monument: The Role of the Complex of Qalawun in the Development of Mamluk Architecture. University of Bonn. Predoctoral candidate.

Karen Maggie Bryson 

Research topic:  New Historical Perspectives on the Reign of Horemheb. Johns Hopkins University. Predoctoral candidate.

Benjamin Koerber

Research topic: Styles of Paranoia in Modern Arabic Literature. Rutgers University. Assistant Professor.

Jeremy Pearson

Research topic:  Egypt, Palestine, and the Mediterranean World: Reevaluating Muslim-Christian Relations in the Crusader States. University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Predoctoral candidate.

2015-2016 PRE-DISSERTATION TRAVEL GRANT

Anny Gaul  

Research topic: Inventing the Modern Egyptian Kitchen: The Emergence of a National Cuisine, 1922-52. Georgetown University. Predoctoral candidate.       

2015-2016 RESEARCH ASSOCIATES

Meredith Brand

Research topic:  Pots and Provisions at Wadi el Hudi: Petrographic Analysis of Middle Kingdom Pottery at Ancient Mining Sites in the Eastern Desert. University of Toronto. Predoctoral candidate.

Darci Sprengel

Research topic: The Cairo Jazz Band and the Reclaimation of a Cosmopolitan Egyptian Heritage. University of California, Los Angeles. Predoctoral candidate.

Suzanne Stetkevych

Research topic:  From Classical to Post-Classical: The Poetic Diwans of Abu al-`Ala' al-Ma`arri. Georgetown University. Predoctoral candidate.

 

2014-2015 U.S. DEPT. OF STATE EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS FELLOWS

Mukkaram Hhana

Research topic: Commandeering Empires: Ottoman North Africa in the Age of Revolution, 1789-1835

Dan Jakubowski

Research topic: Analog Constellations, Digital Assemblages: Egyptian Video Art and the Experience of Modernity

Jeffrey Culang

Research topic: Common Sensibilities: Reform, Social Relations, and Citizenship in Modern Egypt

Zoe Griffith

Research topic: The Egypt Merchants and Ottoman Trade in a Period of Transformation, 1750-1810

Tara Prakash

Research topic: Enemies of the State: A Reassessment of the Old Kingdom Prisoner Statues

Nora Radwan

Research topic: The Journalistic Writings of Yusuf Idris (1960-1991)

Li Guo

Research topic: Egyptian Shadow Theater of the Eve of Modernity (1600-1900)

Mereidith Fraser

Research topic: Faience menits in the New Kingdom through the Third Intermediate Period

Kyle Anderson

Research topic: Life during Wartime: Peasants, Politics and the Colonial State in Egypt 1914-1923

Andrew Simon

Research topic: Sounding the Nation: Cassettes, Culture and Everyday Life in Modern Egypt, 1970-2010

2014-2015 RESEARCH ASSOCIATES

Munther Al-Sabbagh

Research topic: Egyptian Merchants and Commerce During the Sixteenth Century

2014-2015 NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES FELLOWS

Tamer El Leithy

Research topic: The Biography of a Cairene Alley: Medieval Family, Urban Property and Everyday Court

Jason Brownlee

Research topic: The Fiscal Politics of Egyptian State-building 1876-1879

 

2013-2014 U.S. DEPT. OF STATE EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS FELLOWS

Anne Austin

Research topic: Bioarchaeological and Textual Analysis of Health Care at Deir el Medina

Wilson Jacob

Research topic: Gangsters, Law, and State in the Making of Modern Egypt 1882-1952

Agnieszka Szymanska

Research topic: Vehicles of Memory: Paintings in the Red Monastery

Nefertiti  Takla

Research topic: The Evolution of the Modern Egyptian Legal System 1919-39

2013-2014 NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES FELLOWS

Ziad Fahmy

Research topic: Listening to the Nation: Radio, Noise, and Soundscapes in Inter-Revolutionary Egypt 1919-52

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