2015 US Fellows
Jon Caleb Howard, Near Eastern Studies, Johns Hopkins University
“The Mechanics of Scribal Production of Neo-Assyrian Royal Inscriptions"
Clarence Moore, Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison
“Tribal Alliance Behavior in Iraq"
Elizabeth Rauh, History of Art, University of Michigan
“Weapons of Creation: Art Practice and Production in the Contemporary Middle East"
Alissa Joy Walter, History, Georgetown University
“Ba'thist Baghdad: A History of Non-Elite City Life under Authoritarianism, Wars, and Sanctions"
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.