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Nabil Al-Tikriti Presents at MESA Conference

On December 2, Associate Professor of Middle East History Nabil Al-Tikriti presented a paper entitled “Ibn-i Kemal’s Confessionalism and the Construction of an ‘Ottoman Islam’” at the Middle East Studies Association (MESA) Con… Continue reading

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Nabil Al-Tikriti

Nabil Al-Tikriti, associate professor of history, is currently serving as a short term observer (STO) for the May 8 municipal elections in Durres, Albania. For these elections, he is affiliated with the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Euro… Continue reading

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Nabil Al-Tikriti

Nabil Al-TikritiNabil Al-Tikriti, associate professor of history, gave a keynote address, “The State of Middle East Studies in the American Academy,” at the 5th Joint International Workshop held in Tokyo, Japan February 12-13.  Al-Tikrit also served as a discussant for the graduate student workshop ”Science, Institutions, and Identity in the Muslim Societies” organized jointly by Kyoto University and the Tokyo University of […] Continue reading

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Nabil Al-Tikriti

Nabil Al-TikritiA University of Mary Washington expert on Middle Eastern history who studied in Egypt says yesterday’s violence in Cairo’s main square indicates that President Hosni Mubarak is still trying to cling to power. Continue reading

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Nabil Al-Tikriti

Nabil Al-TikritiNabil Al-Tikriti, associate professor of history, made presentations entitled “Shifting Borders and State Prerogatives: Iraqi Provincial Border Changes from the Ottoman Era to Today” at the July WOCMES conference in Barcelona, “Messiah Lovers, Sola Scriptura, and the Early Evolution of both an Ottoman Islam and Protestantism” at the October WHA conference in Istanbul, and “Iraqi […] Continue reading

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