Affiliated Faculty

Samer Al-Saber
Theater and Performance Studies
Middle Eastern Theatre; Islam and the Arts; Arab Theatre
Nora Barakat bio photo
Assistant Professor of of Middle Eastern History
Vincent  Barletta
Iberian and Latin American Cultures
Ibero-Muslim culture and literature, Aljamiado literature, empire, ethics
Modern Middle East, modern Egypt, Arab-Israeli conflict
Anna Bigelow
Associate Professor of Religious Studies
Lisa Blaydes
Professor of Political Science
Elisabeth   Boyi
Comparative Literature and French
Northern Africa, Maghrebian literature in French
Robert  Crews
Muslim communities in the Russian empire and Central Asia
Denise Gill bio photo
Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology and of Islamic Studies, Music
Contemporary Turkey, Ethnomusicology and Music Anthropology, Sufism/Tasawwuf, Islamic and Secular Acoustemologies in the Formation of Publics
Ian Hodder bio photo
Dunlevie Family Professor of Anthropology, Director of the Stanford Archaeology Center
Archaeology, archaeological theory, excavations at Catalhoyuk in central Turkey
Marie Huber
Assistant Professor of Persian and Comparative Literature
Graduate School of Business, Assistant Professor
Justin Leidwanger
Mediterranean Life; Archaeology
Lynn Meskell
Archaeology, word heritage, UNESCO, Turkey, Egypt, South Africa
Bissera  Pentcheva
Professor of Art History
Byzantine and medieval art
Aron Rodrigue bio photo
Daniel E. Koshland Professor in Jewish Culture and History, Burke Family Director of the Bing Overseas Studies Program at Stanford University
Ottoman Empire, Jews in the Middle East, Sephardi Jewry, Jewish-Muslim interactions
Associate Professor of Anthropology
contemporary Islamic movements, secularism, nationalism, minority politics, Turkey, Middle East
Marie-Pierre  Ulloa
French & Italian
North-African & Francophone history, Decolonization in the Maghreb, Immigration, Diaspora, Sephardi Jewry
Ali Yaycioglu bio photo
Associate Professor of History
Ottoman Empire, history of economic and political Institutions, empires and global history, Modern Turkey
Serkan Yolacan bio photo
Assistant Professor of Anthropology

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