2009 US Fellows
Professor Sinan Antoon, New York University
“In the Vocative Case: Saadi Youssef’s Iraq,” Phase II
Dr. James Armstrong, Semitic Museum, Harvard University
“The Babylonian Ceramic Tradition: The Second Millennium B.C.”
Ms. Arbella Bet-Shlimon, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University
“Kirkuk, 1918-1968: Oil and the Politics of Identity in an Iraqi City”
Professor Eric Davis, Political Science, Rutgers University
“Youth Attitudes Toward Identity, Sectarianism, and Democracy: Two Case Studies”
Professor Rochelle Davis, Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, Georgetown University, with Omar Shakir
“The U.S. Military and Iraqi Culture: Iraqi Perspectives”
Professor Abbas Kadhim, Department of History and International Affairs, Naval Post Graduate Academy
“Capturing the Narratives of the 1991 Uprising in Iraq”
Professor Bassam Yousif, Department of Economics, Indiana State University
“Iraq at the Intersection of Development and Violence, 1950-1990"
These fellowships are funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs through a sub-grant from the Council of American Overseas Research Centers.