Middle East Studies

Featured Honors Theses

 

2018

Alexander Abuaita

Schooling Mubarak’s Egypt: Facts, Fictions, and the Right to Education in an Age of Privatization

2018

Benjamin Gladstone

Scattered Nation: The "Ingathering of Exiles" in Trilateral Relations between the Israeli, American, and Yemeni Jewish Communities during Operation On Eagles' Wings

2017

Nikhita Mendis

Breaking and Making Sri Lankans: Serlankiyye Subjectivities and Practicing Lajja

2016

Noura AlZaid

Reclaiming Jurisdiction Over the Law: Society and Shifting Power Dynamics within Women’s Huquq (Civil Law) Schools in Jeddah

2016

Emily Harris

Transforming Refugees Into “Illegal Immigrants:” Neoliberalism, Domestic Politics, and Syrian Refugee Employment in Jordan

2016

Julian Jiggetts

New York City and Post-911 Era: Labor Market Outcomes for Arabs and Muslims

2016

Sana Parvaiz Siddiq

International Entanglements with Migrant Workers’ Rights in the UAE: Modern Day Slavery, Migration Governance & Codes of Conduct

2015

Layla Heidari

Framing Iran: How ‘politics of perception’ inform our view of Iranian Contemporary Art

2015

Abby Linn

When Motherhood Meets Social Protest: Fatima Through the Lens of Ayatollah Khomeini and Ali Shariati

2015

Sophia Sepulveda

Arab Women, Red Lines: The Anti-Sexual Harassment Movement in Egypt

2014

Reva Dhingra

From Nation-State to Refugee-State? Reconceptualizing the Role of Forced Migrants in Jordan

2014

Christina Kata

The Politics of Healthcare Reform in Turkey

2013

Sarah Forman

A New Phase in Jewish and Muslim Maghrebi Cultural Separation: Moroccan and Tunisian Diasporas in France React to the “Arab Spring”

2013

Meghan Koushik

Reimagining ‘Good Muslim, Bad Muslim’: Public Theologies of Citizenship and Belonging in the Republic of India