Current fellows met for the second monthly breakfast meeting in early March, 2013. This photo was taken after a deep discussion about using local archival resources.
Fellows for the 2013-2014 season are in the process of being selected.
2012-2013 U.S. DEPT. OF STATE EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS FELLOWS
Research topic: Sufism in Egypt in the 7th Century AH/13th Century AD
Research topic: Common Sensibilities: Reform, Social Relations, and Citizenship in Modern Egypt
Research topic: Stones and Status in Daily Life: Exploring the Development of Inequities through a Comparison of Lithic Assemblages in Naqada Settlements, 4000-3000BC (McHugh Award)
Research topic: Constructing the Modern Egyptian Economy in the late 19th and Early 20th Centuries
Research topic: The Development of al-Shabab as a Sociopolitical Force in Egypt, 1882-1919
2012-2013 NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES FELLOWS
Research topic: The Artist: Sheikh Imam: His Songs and the Egyptian Revolution of 1911 (Scholar-in-Residence)
Georgia State University
Research topic: The Artistic and Cultural Landscape in the Tomb of Neferrentpet (TT43)
2012-2013 RESEARCH ASSOCIATES
Research topic: Sufi Networks and Manuscripts' Culture in Late Medieval Cairo
2012 CAORC MULTI-COUNTRY FELLOW
Research topic: The Construction of Identity Formation in Southern Sudan, 1898-1964