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Bahrain

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Egypt

Academics

Research Students

  • Perveen Ali (Department of Law, LSE Centre for the Student of Human Rights, Refugee Law Initiative (School of Advanced Studies); Research: States in Crisis: Sovereignty, Humanitarianism, and Refugee Protection in the Aftermath of the 2003 Iraq War)
  • Neil Ketchley (Department of Government; Research: Interwar Islamic social and political activism (1912-1942): the trajectories, metamorphoses and legacies of early mass Islamic politics)
  • Ulas Karakoc (Department of Economic History; Research: The growth and stagnation in the age of de-globalization: Reinterpreting economic history of Egypt and Turkey in the interwar period)
  • Nabila Ramdani (Deparment of International History; Research: British and American Foreign Policy: The Case of the 1919 Egyptian Revolution)

Gulf

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Iran

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Research Students


Iraq

Academics

Research Students

  • Perveen Ali (Department of Law, LSE Centre for the Student of Human Rights, Refugee Law Initiative (School of Advanced Studies); Research: States in Crisis: Sovereignty, Humanitarianism, and Refugee Protection in the Aftermath of the 2003 Iraq War)
  • Bryan Gibson (Department of International History; Research: American Foreign Policy and the Kurdish-Iraqi Civil War, 1961-1975)

Israel

Academics

Research Students

  • Hedi Viterbo (Department of Law; Research: The Legal Construction of Childhood in the Occupied Palestinian Territories)

Jordan

Academics

Research Students

  • Perveen Ali (Department of Law, LSE Centre for the Student of Human Rights, Refugee Law Initiative (School of Advanced Studies); Research: States in Crisis: Sovereignty, Humanitarianism, and Refugee Protection in the Aftermath of the 2003 Iraq War)

Kuwait


Lebanon

Academics

Research Students

  • Perveen Ali (Department of Law, LSE Centre for the Student of Human Rights, Refugee Law Initiative (School of Advanced Studies); Research: States in Crisis: Sovereignty, Humanitarianism, and Refugee Protection in the Aftermath of the 2003 Iraq War)
  • Gustavo Barbosa (Department of Anthropology; Research: On Doing/Undoing Gender in Shatila, Lebanon: Becoming a Man under Institutional Violence)
  • Filippo Dionigi (Department of International Relations; Research: The Impact of international norms on Islamist movements: the case of Hezbollah)
  • Laura Ryseck (Department of International History; Research: The search for national identitx in postcolonial- multi-communal states: the cases of Eritrea and Lebanon, 1941-1991)

Morocco

Academics

Research Students

  • Max Gallien (Department of International Development; Research: ‘Smugglers and States: A Political Economy of Informal Trade in North Africa’)

Palestine

Academics

Research Students

  • Alaa Tartir (Department of International Development; Research: Governance without a State: Security and Economy Governance in Palestine: Fayyadism, Development and Aid Dependency, and State-Building)
  • Hedi Viterbo (Department of Law; Research: The Legal Construction of Childhood in the Occupied Palestinian Territories

Qatar

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Saudi Arabia

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Syria

Academics

Research Students

  • Perveen Ali (Department of Law, LSE Centre for the Student of Human Rights, Refugee Law Initiative (School of Advanced Studies); Research: States in Crisis: Sovereignty, Humanitarianism, and Refugee Protection in the Aftermath of the 2003 Iraq War)

Tunisia

Academics

Research Students

  • Max Gallien (Department of International Development; Research: ‘Smugglers and States: A Political Economy of Informal Trade in North Africa’)

Turkey

Academics

Research Students

  • Perveen Ali (Department of Law, LSE Centre for the Student of Human Rights, Refugee Law Initiative (School of Advanced Studies); Research: States in Crisis: Sovereignty, Humanitarianism, and Refugee Protection in the Aftermath of the 2003 Iraq War)
  • Ulas Karakoc (Department of Economic History; Research: The growth and stagnation in the age of de-globalization: Reinterpreting economic history of Egypt and Turkey in the interwar period)

Yemen

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Research Students

  • Tobias Thiel (Department of International History )

Agriculture/Agrarian Systems

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