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2010 Fellowship Recipients

For descriptions of these projects, please see the Spring 2010 TAARII Newsletter, Issue 5-1.

Professor Sargon Donabed, History, Roger Williams University

“Documenting the Oral Folk Epic of Qatine Gabbara: Translation, Historical and Cultural Analysis, and Transmission”

Samuel England, Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley

“A Vizier in Beggar’s Clothing: Abbasid Iraq”

Jill Goldenziel, Esq., Government and Law, Harvard University

“Refugees as Rents: Humanitarian Aid and the Politics of International Law”

Joshua Jeffers, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Pennsylvania

“Tiglath-Pileser I: An Assyrian King Who Lit Up a Dark Age”

Dale Stahl, History, Columbia University

“The Two Rivers: Water, Development and Politics in the Tigris-Euphrates Basin 1920–1975”

Professor Jonathan Tenney, History, Loyola University

“The People, Politics, and Economics of Nippur During the 14th and 13th Centuries B.C.”

 

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