2010 US Fellows

Professor Sargon Donabed, History, Roger Williams University

“Documenting the Oral Folk Epic of Qatine Gabbara: Translation, Historical and Cultural Analysis, and Transmission”

 

Samuel England, Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley

“A Vizier in Beggar’s Clothing: Abbasid Iraq”

 

Jill Goldenziel, Esq., Government and Law, Harvard University

“Refugees as Rents: Humanitarian Aid and the Politics of International Law”

 

Joshua Jeffers, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Pennsylvania

“Tiglath-Pileser I: An Assyrian King Who Lit Up a Dark Age”

 

Dale Stahl, History, Columbia University

“The Two Rivers: Water, Development and Politics in the Tigris-Euphrates Basin 1920–1975”

 

Professor Jonathan Tenney, History, Loyola University

“The People, Politics, and Economics of Nippur During the 14th and 13th Centuries B.C.”

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.