Session 1H

Rule and Resistance: Islam and the Modern State

1:00 PM to 2:30 PM | Moderated by Joel Migdal
Add to my favorites Rejecting the Islamic Theocracy: Feminist Solidarities, Islamic Modernism, and the Demand for a Democratic Iran
Presenter
  • John Albert, Senior, Comparative History of Ideas, Anthropology: Medical Anth & Global Hlth, International Studies
Mentor
  • Cabeiri Robinson, Jackson School of International Studies

Add to my favorites An examination of the speeches of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei in the build-up to the war in Iraq
Presenter
  • Jeffrey (Jeff) Gordon, Senior, History, Near Eastern Studies (Culture & Civilization)
Mentor
  • Alyssa Gabbay, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization

Add to my favorites Competing Islamisms: Anomaly or Evolution? The Acceptance of Plurality in the Face of Democracy in the Case of Pakistan’s Muttahida Majles-e-Amal
Presenter
  • Mohammad Nasir, Senior, Political Science, International Studies: Asia
Mentor
  • Cabeiri Robinson, Jackson School of International Studies

Add to my favorites The Taliban: The Realities of Sharia Law
Presenter
  • Benjamin (Ben) Steiner, Junior, Arts & Sciences Visiting Student
Mentor
  • Cabeiri Robinson, Jackson School of International Studies

Add to my favorites AKP: The Islamic Vanguard of Modern Kemalism
Presenter
  • Stanley Wegrzyn, Junior, Arts & Sciences Visiting Student
Mentor
  • Cabeiri Robinson, Jackson School of International Studies

Add to my favorites The Move from Nationalism to Jihad in Chechnya: The Effect of Transnational Islamic Organizations on Nationalist Struggles
Presenter
  • Kristi Young, Senior, International Studies
Mentor
  • Cabeiri Robinson, Jackson School of International Studies