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Lebanese Jews between rootedness and exile: Braving World War II, the Holocaust, and their aftermath

Journal Article published 2 Jul 2016 in The Journal of the Middle East and Africa volume 7 issue 3 on pages 301 to 320

Research funded by Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (2015 ASMEA Research and Travel Grant)

Authors: Franck Salameh

Investigating the ties between Muhammed ibn Abd al-Wahhab, early Wahhabism, and ISIS

Journal Article published 2 Jul 2016 in The Journal of the Middle East and Africa volume 7 issue 3 on pages 239 to 255

Research funded by Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (None)

Authors: Jeffrey R. Macris

Lone-wolf or terror organization members acting alone: new look at the last Israeli–Palestine incidents

Journal Article published 5 Sep 2016 in Middle Eastern Studies volume 53 issue 2 on pages 211 to 228

Research funded by Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (Research Grant-2015 Confernce)

Authors: Shaul Bartal

Reading khedival khayamiya: Understanding the epigrams of the Egyptian tentmakers

Journal Article published Oct 2016 in The Journal of the Middle East and Africa volume 7 issue 4 on pages 345 to 368

Research funded by Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (1)

Authors: Sam Bowker, Seif El Rashidi

Seeking Gandhi, finding Khomeini: How America failed to understand the nature of the religious opposition of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in the Iranian Revolution

Journal Article published 3 Jul 2017 in The Journal of the Middle East and Africa volume 8 issue 3 on pages 233 to 255

Research funded by Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (?)

Authors: George L. Simpson

The British and Irish press and the outbreak of war with the Ottoman Empire in 1914

Journal Article published 2 Jan 2017 in The Journal of the Middle East and Africa volume 8 issue 1 on pages 23 to 39

Research funded by Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (2276)

Authors: Justin Fantauzzo

How far “above the fray”? Jordan and the mechanisms of monarchical advantage in the Arab uprisings

Journal Article published 2 Jan 2017 in The Journal of the Middle East and Africa volume 8 issue 1 on pages 97 to 112

Research funded by Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (N/A) | Robberson Research & Creative Endeavors Grant - University of Oklahoma (N/A) | King Fahd Center for Middle East Studies - University of Arkansas (N/A) | University of Oklahoma - Department of Political Science (N/A)

Authors: Daniel P. Brown

Maritime navigation, energy security, and peace dividend: Exploring the historic developments of the Dead Sea conveyance project

Journal Article published 2 Jan 2017 in The Journal of the Middle East and Africa volume 8 issue 1 on pages 113 to 127

Research funded by Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (1)

Authors: Samuel E. Willner

Mad at Tangier: Hygienist discourses, mental disorders, and European competition for hegemony in early twentieth-century Morocco

Journal Article published 2 Jan 2017 in The Journal of the Middle East and Africa volume 8 issue 1 on pages 57 to 73

Research funded by Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (000) | Fundaçao para a Ciência e a Tecnologia of Portugal (UID/HIS/00057/2013 POCI-01-0145-FEDER-007702, IF/00835/2014CP1232/CT0002)

Authors: Francisco Javier Martínez

“An agonizing death”: 1980s U.S. policy on Iraqi chemical weapons during the Iran-Iraq War

Journal Article published 3 Apr 2017 in The Journal of the Middle East and Africa volume 8 issue 2 on pages 175 to 196

Research funded by Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa (NA)

Authors: David M. Walker