POMEPS Virtual Research Workshops (Fall 2022)

For a list of our Spring 2022 Virtual Research Workshops, please click here.

Workshop #1

Date and Time

Friday, September 30, 2022, at 3:00 pm – 3:45 pm ET

Moderator

Marc Lynch, Professor at George Washington University & Director of Project on Middle East Political Science

Papers and Authors

Leveraging Selective State Capacity: Understanding Changing Responses to Migration & Refugees” Kelsey Norman, Rice University

Discussants

Anne Marie Baylouny, Naval Postgraduate School

 

Workshop #2

Date and Time

Friday, October 21, 2022, at 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm ET

Moderator

Marc Lynch, Professor at George Washington University & Director of Project on Middle East Political Science

Papers and Authors

The Religious-Secular Cleavage and Ethnic Minority Parties: A Comparative Perspective from Israel and Turkey” Asli Elitsoy, Istanbul Medipol University

How Opposition Movements Use Legislative Powers in Authoritarian Regimes: Evidence from Islamist Groups in the Arab World” Marwa Shalaby, University of Wisconsin-Madison & Scott Williamson, Università Bocconi

“Ethnic Identity Development in Wartime” Sule Yaylaci, University of Pennsylvania

Discussants

Sebnem Gumuscu, Middlebury College

Michael Herb, Georgia State University

Aysegul Aydin, University of Colorado

 

Workshop #3

Date and Time

Friday, October 21, 2022, at 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm ET

Moderator

Marc Lynch, Professor at George Washington University & Director of Project on Middle East Political Science

Papers and Authors

“The Charge of Being a ‘Charity’: Marginalization of Refugee-Led Humanitarian Organizations in Turkey” Merve Erdilmen, Carleton University 

“‘Who turns his back to his sheikh may go astray’ Women of Al Da’awa Al Salafiyya and questions of Agency and Empowerment” Hebatullah Selim, University of Birmingham

“‘Children of Ben Ali’: Getting Political Through Silence” Maria Nicola Stragapede, Scuola Normale Superiore

Discussants

Lama Mourad, Carleton University

Aaron Rock Singer, University of Wisconsin – Madison

Laryssa Chomiak, Centre d’Étude Maghrébines à Tunis