2014 US Fellows

Isacar Bolaños, History, Ohio State University

“Dates, Tides, and Plague: Environment and Administrative Reform in Basra and the Ottoman Gulf, 1839–1909”


Dr. Samuel England, African Languages & Literature, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Iraqi Stones and Ink Beneath the Spanish Century of Gold


Willis Monroe, Ancient Western Asian Studies, Brown University

“Innovation in Seleucid Astrology: Re-investigating the Micro-Zodiac


Kali Rubaii, Anthropology, University of California-Santa Cruz

Futurity in Fallujah: An Anthropological Study of Possibility in a Landscape of Counterinsurgency


Zackary Wainer, Assyriology, Brown University

The Series Šumma Sîn ina tāmartišu and its Position within Mesopotamian Scholarship of the First Millennium B.C.E.


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.