Affiliated Scholars

Zeynep Atalay (Assistant Professor of Sociology, Saint Mary’s College): Political sociology, globalization, civil society, social movements, political Islam, sociology of religion and culture

Ann Marie Baylouny (Assistant Professor of National Security Affairs, Naval Postgraduate School) : Institutional creation and grassroots organizing for collective goods and services; Islamism, social mobilization, and the influence of constituencies; youth, Islamist media, Islamist women, and Hizbullah; refugees, diasporas, conflict, and institutions; Middle East

Umbreen Bhatti (John S. Knight Fellow, Stanford University): Media coverage of Islam and Muslims

Patricia Blessing (International and Scholarship Program Officer, Stanford Humanities Center): Islamic art and architecture, medieval art history and archaeology, Turkey, Anatolia, cross-cultural exchange

John B. Dunlop (Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution): Russia and Islam

John Eilts (Curator, Islamic and Middle Eastern Collections, Stanford University Libraries)

Donald Emmerson (Senior Fellow, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies): History, politics, economics of Southeast Asia

Hajnalka Kovacs (2012-13 Postdoctoral Fellow in Literary Cultures of Muslim South Asia): Sufi thought and literature, Persian and Urdu literature, Indo-Persian poetry and poetics, and literary theory

Gail Lapidus (Senior Fellow, Emerita, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies): Ethnic conflict in the former Soviet Union, the Russian-Chechen war, Soviet society, politics and foreign policy

Abbas Milani (Research Fellow, Hoover Institution; Director of the Moghadam Program in Iranian Studies): Islam and the West

Audrey Truschke (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Religious Studies):  Indo-Islamic cultures, Mughal history, Sanskrit and Persian literary traditions, cross-cultural encounters