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NELC Faculty

Note: The office hours listed below are subject to change as we enter into the interim period between quarters. Please keep checking periodically for finalized (or near-to finalized) hours.

Last updated: June 2015

Ahmed, Khalid; Lecturer
B.A., 1994, Sana'a University
Arabic language and literature

Office hours

TH 11:30-1:00
Denny 243

Alavi, Samad; Assistant Professor
Ph.D., 2013, Berkeley
Persian Language and Literature

W 1:30-3:00
Denny 233

Andrews, Walter; Research Professor
Ph.D., 1970, Michigan
Turkish language and literature, Ottoman Turkish
email | web

By appointment

Benson, Susan; Lecturer
M.A., 1983, University of Utah
Arabic language and literature

M 1:00-2:30 or by appointment
Denny 245

DeYoung, Terri L.; Professor
Ph.D., 1988, UC Berkeley
Arabic language and literature

TTH 5:30-6:30
Denny 246

Elkhafaifi, Hussein; Associate Professor
Ph.D., 1985, University of Utah
Arabic language and linguistics

W 9:30-11:00
Denny M 220C

Khazzam-Horovitz, Hadar; Lecturer
Ph.D., 2013, University of Washington
Modern Hebrew language and literature

F 10:30-12:00
Denny M 220D

Ketchley, Sarah; Lecturer
Ph.D., 2004, Birmingham, U.K.
Egyptology and Digital Humanities

Denny M 220D

Kuru, Selim; Associate Professor & Chair
Ph.D., 2000, Harvard
Ottoman language and literature and modern Turkish

MT 10:00-11:00
Denny 220F

Martin, Gary; Lecturer
Ph.D., 2007, University of Washington
Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Near and Middle Eastern Studies Textual Criticism and Biblical Hebrew
email | web

MW 9:30-10:15 or by appointment
Denny M 220B

Mawkanuli, Talant; Lecturer
Ph.D., 1999, Indiana University
Central Eurasian Lang/Lit/Culture

W 12:30-2:30 or by appointment
Denny 241

Noegel, Scott; Professor
Ph.D., 1995, Cornell
Hebrew Bible, ancient Near Eastern languages and cultures
email | web

T 8:00-9:30 or by appointment
Denny M 220A

Romano, Tovi; Lecturer
M.A., TESOL, 2011, Seattle Pacific University
Hebrew language and literature

T 8:45-9:30, F 9:45-10:30
Denny M 220D

Selover, Stephanie; Assistant Professor
Ph.D., 2015, University of Chicago,
Ancient Near Eastern archaeology

W 1:00-3:00
Denny M 220E

Shams, Shahrzad; Lecturer
M.A., 1985, California State University, Fullerton
Persian language and literature

W 12:30-2:00
Denny 237

Sokoloff, Naomi B.; Professor
Ph.D., 1980, Princeton
Hebrew language and literature

TH 10:30-12:00
Denny 220C

Williams, Michael A.; Professor
Ph.D., 1977, Harvard
Early Christianity and religions of antiquity, Coptic language
email | CV

M 2:00-3:00 or by appointment
Thomson 426

Zafer, Hamza; Assistant Professor
Ph.D., 2013, Cornell
Arabic language and literature
email | web

T 5:00-6:30
Denny 220B

Yucel-Koc, Melike; Lecturer
Ph.D., 2015 Seattle Pacific University
Turkish language

TW 1:00-2:00
Denny M 220F




Cirtautas, Ilse D.; Emeriti Professor
Ph.D., 1958, Hamburg
Turkic languages and literatures


Heer, Nicholas L.; Emeritus Professor
Ph.D., 1955, Princeton
Arabic language and literature, Islamic theology and philosophy
email | CV | web




Adjunct & Affiliate

Ahuvia, Mika; Assistant Professor, Stroum Center for Jewish Studies
Adjunct in NELC
Ph.D. 2014, Princeton University

Bet-Shlimon, Arbella; Assistant Professor, Department of History
Adjunct in NELC
Ph.D. 2012, Harvard University

Clauss, Jim; Professor, Department of Classics
Adjunct in NELC
Ph.D. 1983, UC Berkeley
email | web

Dhavan, Purnima; Associate Professor, Department of History
Adjunct Associate in NELC
Ph.D. 2003, University of Virginia
email | profile

Kasaba, Resat; Professor and Director of the Jackson School of International Studies
Adjunct in NELC
Ph.D., 1986 SUNY
Political economy of the world system and the Middle East
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Nickelsburg, George; Emeritus, Department of Religious Studies
University of Iowa
Affiliate in NELC
Th.D. 1968, Harvard Divinity School
Early Judaism and origins of Christianity

Osanloo, Arzoo; Associate Professor, Department of Law, Societies, and Justice
Adjunct in NELC
Ph.D., 2002, Stanford; Anthropology of law, transnational law,
Islam in Pakistan and the U.S.; Islam and women studies
email | web

Reid, Donald M.; Emeritus, Department of History
Georgia State University
Affiliate in NELC
Ph.D., 1969, Princeton
Middle East History

Walker, Joel; Associate Professor, Department of History
Adjunct in NELC
Ph.D., 1998, Princeton
History and Archaeology of the Near East in late antiquity
email | profile

Waters, Stacy
Affiliate in NELC
Ph.D., 1976, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Textual studies



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