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Stefanie E. Nanes

Associate Professor of Political Science


Degrees

PHD, 2003, Univ Wisconsin Madison; MA, 1997, Univ Wisconsin Madison; BA, 1994, Univ Calif Berkeley


Bio

STEFANIE E. NANES, assistant professor, received her B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley in 1994 and her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin in 2003. She teaches courses in comparative politics and on the politics of the Middle East. Her current research focuses on the politics of identity and citizenship in the Middle East. Dr. Nanes' dissertation dealt with new forms of discourse in Jordan regarding the relationship between citizenship and national identity. She is also interested in issues relating to women and gender in the Middle East. She is the author of AFighting Honor Crimes: Evidence of Civil Society in Jordan," which appeared in the Middle East Journal in Winter 2003. Dr. Nanes is currently working on publishing parts of her dissertation as journal articles, and pursuing the question of citizenship in the wider Arab world.


Teaching Interests

Comparative politics, Middle East politics, women and politics

Research Interests

Nationalism, national identity, citizenship, gender/women

Recent Courses Taught

Course Title Level
PSC 002 (BH) COMPARATIVE POLITICS Undergraduate
PSC 107 THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT Undergraduate
PSC 108 (BH, CC) POLITICS OF MID EAST Undergraduate
PSC 154A SEM: WMN & POLTC IN MID EAST Undergraduate
WST 151H WOMEN IN THE MIDDLE EAST Undergraduate
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