PhD Students: Middle East & North Africa

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Dina El-Baradie

March 1st, 2021

Middle East & North Africa
Advisor: Osama Abi-Mershed
Cohort Year: 2020
Research Interests: nationalism and national identity; gender; Egyptian military; masculinities
dme57@georgetown.edu

Diogo Bercito

March 1st, 2021

Middle East & North Africa
Advisor: Osama Abi-Mershed
Cohort Year: 2020
Research Interests: Middle East, Latin America, migration, nationalism, gender
drb113@georgetown.edu

Sopanit Angsusingha

March 1st, 2021

Middle East & North Africa
Advisor: Judith Tucker
Cohort Year: 2019
Research Interests: Women and Gender in the Arab World; British Mandate of Iraq; Comparative Colonialisms; Christian-Muslim Relations
sa1386@georgetown.edu

Samar Saeed

March 1st, 2021

Middle East & North Africa
Advisor: Judith Tucker
Cohort Year: 2019
Research Interests: Middle East & North Africa
sa636@georgetown.edu

Armen Manuk-Khaloyan

August 3rd, 2018

Middle East & North Africa
Advisor: Mustafa Aksakal
Cohort Year: 2018
Research Interests: Ottoman Empire; Transnationalism; Mass Society; Human Rights; World War I
am3861@georgetown.edu

Yasser Sultan

June 30th, 2018

Middle East & North Africa
Advisor: Judith Tucker
Cohort Year: 2016
Research Interests: Gender; Islamic Law; Early Modern Egypt
yas17@georgetown.edu

Önder Akgül

June 30th, 2018

Middle East & North Africa
Advisor: Mustafa Aksakal
Cohort Year: 2014
Research Interests: History of Capitalism; Environmental History; Late Ottoman History; Middle East; Mediterranean World
oea5@georgetown.edu

Idun Hauge

June 30th, 2018

Middle East & North Africa
Advisor: Judith Tucker
Cohort Year: 2017
Research Interests: Modern Lebanon; Gender; Visual Culture; Cultural History
ish10@georgetown.edu

Benan Grams

June 29th, 2018

Middle East & North Africa
Advisor: Mustafa Aksakal
Cohort Year: 2015
Research Interests: The role of epidemics in the historical trajectory of the Middle East, with focus on the Levant; medicine, gender and empire; history of knowledge transmission and production in 19th century; WWI in Arab cities and their subsequent social and political impact on the region; History of nationalism and identity politics in the Ottoman Empire.
bg506@georgetown.edu

Patrick Schilling

June 29th, 2018

Middle East & North Africa
Advisor: Mustafa Aksakal
Cohort Year: 2017
Research Interests: Ottoman Empire; Modern Turkey; Intellectual History
ps1114@georgetown.edu