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«2014 Ph.D.s Zinger, Oded. Dissertation: “Women, Gender and Law: Marital Disputes According to Documents from the Cairo Geniza.” Advisor: Mark R. ...»

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Dissertation title: “Overlapping Jurisdictions: Confessional Boundaries and Judicial Choice among Christians and Jews under Early Muslim Rule.” Advisor: Mark Cohen.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2008 First position(s): Institute for Religious Studies at the University of Leiden, Netherlands (2008– 2010); Buber Fellow, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (September 2010–September 2013) Current position: Faculty, Department of Middle East History, University of Haifa 2007 Ph.D.s Ackerman-Lieberman, Phillip Isaac.

Dissertation title: “A Partnership Culture: Jewish Economic and Social Life Seen through the Legal Documents of the Cairo Geniza.” Advisor: Mark Cohen.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2007 First position(s): Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and Law; Affiliated Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies and History, Vanderbilt University Current position: Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and Law, Assistant Professor of Religion, and Affiliated Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies and History, Vanderbilt University Ahmed, Asad Q.

Dissertation title: “Between the Acts: The Hijāzi Elite and the Internal Politics of the Umayyad and Early ‘Abbāsid Empires.” Advisor: Michael Cook.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2007 First position(s): Harper Schmidt Assistant Professor in the College and Junior Fellow in the Society of Fellows, University of Chicago (2006–2007); Assistant Professor of Arabic and Islamic Religion, Religious Studies, Washington University in St. Louis (2007– 2012); Member, School of Historical Studies, Institute of advanced Studies (2010–2011);

Fulbright Scholar, Fulbright-Nehru Senior Research Program, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India (March 2011–June 2011) Current position: Associate Professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Department of Near Eastern Studies, University of California, Berkeley (2012–) Haider, Najam Iftikhar.

Dissertation title: “The Birth of Sectarian Identity in 2nd/8th Century Kufa: Zaydism and the Politics of Perpetual Revolution.” Advisor: Michael Cook.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2007 First position(s): Visiting Assistant Professor, Theology Department, Georgetown University (2006–2007); Visiting Assistant Professor, Arabic and Islamic Studies, Georgetown University (2007–2009); Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Franklin and Marshall College (2009–2010) Current position: Assistant Professor, Religion Department, Barnard College/Columbia (2010–) Stearns, Justin K.

Dissertation title: “Infectious Ideas: Contagion in Medieval Islamic and Christian Thought.” Advisor: Michael Cook.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2007 First position(s): Assistant Professor, Department of Religion, Middlebury College (2005–2010);

Assistant Professor, Arab Crossroads Studies Program, New York University-Abu Dhabi (2010–2014) Current position: Associate Professor and Head of Arab Crossroads Studies Program, New York University-Abu Dhabi (2014–) 2006 Ph.D.s Bein, Amit.

Dissertation title: “The Ulema, Their Institutions, and Politics in the Late Ottoman Empire (1876–1924).” Advisor: M. Şükrü Hanioğlu.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2006 First position(s): Assistant Professor, History, College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Clemson University Current position: Associate Professor, History, College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Clemson University Dagli, Caner K.

Dissertation title: “From Mysticism to Philosophy (and Back): An Ontological History of the School of the Oneness of Being.” Advisor: Hossein Modarressi.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2006 First position(s): Assistant Professor, Religion/Philosophy, Roanoke College in Virginia (2005– 2008); Assistant Professor, Religious Studies, College of the Holy Cross (2008–2014?) Current position: Associate Professor, Religious Studies, College of the Holy Cross (2014?–) McCants, William Faizi.

Dissertation title: “Founding Forefathers: The Impact of the Greek and Arab Conquests on Native Histories of Culture.” Advisor: Michael Cook.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2006 First position(s): Fellow, Combating Terrorism Center, West Point; Program manager of the Minerva Initiative in OSD-Policy, Department of Defense; Analyst at the Institute for Defense Analyses and SAIC; Senior Adviser for Countering Violent Extremism in the Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism at the U.S. State Department (2009– 2011); Middle East analyst at CNA's Center for Strategic Studies (–2013–); Senior Fellow, Homeland Security Policy Institute, George Washington University (–2013–) Current position: Fellow, Saban Center for Middle East Policy, Director of the Project on U.S.

Relations with the Islamic World, and adjunct faculty at Johns Hopkins University Petrov, Milen V.

Dissertation title: “Tanzimat for the Countryside: Midhat Paşa and the Vilayet of Danube, 1864– 1868.” Advisor: M. Şükrü Hanioğlu.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2006 First position(s): Assistant Professor at University of Arkansas at Little Rock (2004–2005);

Assistant Professor at La Salle University (2005–2008) Current position: Assessment Specialist II at ETS (at ETS from 2008–) Sadeghi, Behnam.

Dissertation title: “The Structure of Reasoning in Post-Formative Islamic Jurisprudence.” Advisor: Michael Cook.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2006 First position(s): Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Stanford University (2006–) Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Stanford University (2006–); Member, School of Historical Studies, Institute of Advanced Studies (2011– 2012) 2005 Ph.D.s Bashkin, Orit.





Dissertation title: “Intellectuals in Monarchic Iraq, Representations of Iraqi Intellectuals, 1921– 1941.” Advisor: Samah Selim.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2005 First position(s): Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago (2004–2011) Current position: Associate Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago (2011–); Selma Rubin Fellow, Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania (2011–2012) Burcak, Berrak.

̦ Dissertation title: “Science, a Remedy for All Ills. Healing "The Sick Man of Europe": A Case for Ottoman Scientism.” Advisor: M. Şükrü Hanioğlu.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2005 First position(s): Instructor, Political Science and Public Administration, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey (2003–2007) Current position: Assistant Professor, Political Science and Public Administration, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey (2007–) el-Leithy, Tamer.

Dissertation title: “Coptic Culture and Conversion in Medieval Cairo, 1293–1524 A.D.” Advisor: Michael Cook.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2005 First position(s): Junior Research Fellow, Harvard Society of Fellows (2003–2006) Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, New York University Sayeed, Asma.

Dissertation title: “Shifting Fortunes: Women and Ḥadīth Transmission in Islamic History (First to Eighth Centuries).” Advisor: Hossein Modarressi.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2005 First position(s): Assistant Professor, Religious Studies Department, Lafayette College (2006– 2012); Fulbright Scholarship, Syria (January–June 2010); Assistant Professor-Islamic Studies, Near Eastern Languages and Culture. UCLA (2012–2014) Current position: Associate Professor-Islamic Studies, Near Eastern Languages and Culture.

UCLA (2014–) Traboulsi, Samer F.

Dissertation title: “The Formation of an Islamic Sect: The Ṭayyibī Ismāʻīlīs in Medieval Yemen.” Advisor: Michael Cook.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2005 First position(s): Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of North Carolina at Asheville (2005–2012) Current position: Associate Professor, Department of History, University of North Carolina at Asheville; Fellow, Transregional Institute for the Study of the Contemporary Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia (2012–2013) Yosmaoğlu-Turner, İpek.

Dissertation title: “The Priest’s Robe and the Rebel’s Rifle: Communal Conflict and the Construction of National Identity in Ottoman Macedonia.” Advisor: M. Şükrü Hanioğlu.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2005 First position(s): Adjunct Lecturer, Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures Department, Columbia University (Fall 2005); National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Research Institute in Turkey, Postdoctoral research grant (2005–2006);

Assistant Professor (tenure track) Department of History, University of WisconsinMadison (2007–2010); Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship (2009–2010) Current position: Assistant Professor, Department of History, Northwestern University (July 2010–); Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities Faculty Fellowship, Northwestern University (2011–2012) 2004 Ph.D.s Alshech, Eli.

Dissertation title: “Notions of Privacy in Classical Sunni Islamic Thought.” Advisor: Michael Cook.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2004 First position(s): Lecturer, UCLA (2004–2006); Director of Jihad and Terrorism Studies Project, Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) (2006–2010) Current position: Consultant (2007–) Di-Capua, Yoav.

Dissertation title: “The Thought and Practice of Modern Egyptian Historiography, 1890–1970.” Advisor: Robert Tignor.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2004 First position(s): Post-Doctoral Candidate, Department of Middle East and Islamic Studies, Hebrew University, Israel (2004–2005); Assistant Professor, History, the University of Texas at Austin (2005–2010) Current position: Associate Professor, History, the University of Texas at Austin (2010–) Sijpesteijn, Petra Marieke.

Dissertation title: “Shaping a Muslim State: Papyri Related to a Mid-Eighth-Century Egyptian Official.” Advisor: Abraham Udovitch.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2004 First position(s): Junior Research Fellow in Oriental Studies, Christ Church, Oxford (2003– 2007); Chargée de recherche, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Institut de recherche et d’histoire des texts (IRHT), Paris (Jan. 2007–2008) Current position: Professor of Arabic Language and Culture, Leiden University (2008–) 2003 Ph.D.s Aksakal, Mustafa.

Dissertation title: “Defending the Nation: The German-Ottoman Alliance of 1914 and the Ottoman Decision for War.” Advisor: M. Şükrü Hanioğlu.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2003 First position(s): Assistant Professor, History, Monmouth University (2004–2007); Library of Congress Fellow in International Studies, ACLS (2004); Assistant Professor, History, American University (2008–2011); Fellow, John W. Kluge Center, Library of Congress (2009–2010) Current position: Associate Professor, SFS/History, Georgetown (2011–); Charles A. Ryskamp Fellow, ACLS (2011–2012); Member, Institute for Advanced Study (Spring 2012) Milburn, Sandra J.

Dissertation title: “An Axe for the Frozen Sea inside Us: The Writings of Mohamed Choukri.” Advisor: Margaret Larkin.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2003 First position(s): Staff position, Princeton University Current position: Administrative Assistant, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University Miller, Ruth Austin.

Dissertation title: “From Fikh to Fascism: The Turkish Republican Adoption of Mussolini’s Criminal Code in the Context of Late Ottoman Legal Reform.” Advisor: M. Şükrü Hanioğlu.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2003 First position(s): Assistant Professor of History, University of Massachusetts, Boston (2003– 2009); Associate Professor of History, University of Massachusetts, Boston (2009–2013);

Visiting Fellow, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies, University of British Columbia (Spring 2010); Copeland Fellow, Amherst College (2011–2012) Current position: Professor, History, University of Massachusetts, Boston (2013–); Affiliate, Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Natural Disasters, McCormack Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Massachusetts-Boston (2010–2014?) Reynolds, Michael A.

Dissertation title: “The Ottoman-Russian Struggle for Eastern Anatolia and the Caucasus, 1908– 1918: Identity, Ideology and the Geopolitics of World Order.” Advisor: M. Şükrü Hanioğlu and Stephen Kotkin.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2003 First position(s): Fellow, Olin Institute for Strategic Studies, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University (2003–2005); Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University (2005–2011) Current position: Associate Professor, Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University (2011–) 2002 Ph.D.s Klein, Janet.

Dissertation title: “Power in the Periphery: The Hamidiye Light Cavalry and the Struggle over Ottoman Kurdistan, 1890–1914.” Advisor: M. Şükrü Hanioğlu.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2002 First position(s): Visiting Assistant Professor of History, The University of Montana (2003– 2005); Assistant Professor, History, The University of Akron (2005–2011) Current position: Associate Professor, History, The University of Akron (2011–) Margariti, Roxani Eleni.

Dissertation title: “Like the Place of Congregation on Judgment Day: Maritime Trade and Urban Organization in Medieval Aden (ca. 1083–1229).” Advisor: Abraham Udovitch Date of award of Ph.D.: 2002 First position(s): Assistant Professor, Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies, Emory University (2002–2008) Current position: Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies, Emory University (2008–) Rapoport, Yossef.

Dissertation title: “Marriage and Divorce in the Muslim Near East, 1250–1517.” Advisor: Abraham Udovitch.

Date of award of Ph.D.: 2002 First position(s): Research Assistant, Medieval Islamic Views of the Cosmos Project, University of Oxford; Post-doctoral Fellow, Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University (Spring 2005); Mellon Career Development Fellowship in Arabic in association with Pembroke

College, Oxford; Lecturer, History, Queen Mary University of London (2007–2011); :

Senior Lecturer, History, Queen Mary University of London (2011–2014) Current position: Reader in Islamic History, Queen Mary University of London (2014–) Sharlet, Jocelyn C.

Dissertation title: “Transient Pleasures and Perpetual Risks: The Integration of Fulfillment and Loss in the Classical Arabic and Persian Panegyric Qasida.” Advisor: Andras Hamori.



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