Affiliated Faculty

Robert Anderson

Professor, Communication.
International development and communication; South Asia, Indonesia.

Yildiz Atasoy

Professor, Sociology.
Development studies; gender relations; Islamic politics; Turkey, Middle East.

Len Berggren

Professor Emeritus, Mathematics.
History of mathematical sciences in ancient Greece and medieval Islam.

Hugo Cardoso

Assistant Professor, Department of Archaeology.
Bioarchaeology, forensic anthropology; child health in medieval Portugal; the bioarchaeology of Muslim Portugal.

Luke Clossey

Associate Professor, History; Advisory Board Member of CCSMSC.
Comparative world history of religions; early modern China, Mexico, Mughals.

Parin Dossa

Professor, Anthropology.
Migration, gender and health; Muslim women; Iranians in the diaspora.

Aude-Claire Fourot

Assistant Professor, Political Science
Immigration and integration; multiculturalism; Islam in Europe and Canada; religion and public sphere; urban policy.

Andre Gerolymatos

Chair, Hellenic Studies; Professor, History.
Hellenism; Greek-Turkish military history; international relations and Muslim politics.

Adel Iskandar

Assistant Professor of Global Communication; Advisory Board Member of CCSMSC.
Social media, communications, modern Middle East, post colonialism.

Thomas Kuehn

Associate Professor, History; Director of CCSMSC. 
Social and cultural history of the Ottoman empire and Turkey.

Sonja Luehrmann

Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Anthropology of religion; Russia/Soviet Union; atheism and secularism: Orthodox Christianity; Muslim populations; interreligious relations.

Derryl MacLean

Associate Professor, History; Advisory Board Member of CCSMSC.
History of religion; Islamics; early modern South and Central Asia; Islam in the West.

Laura Marks

Dena Wosk Professor in Art and Culture Studies.
Cinema in the Arab world; Islamic genealogy of new media art.

Tamir Moustafa

Professor and Stephen Jarislowsky Chair, School for International Studies.
Law and society; religion and politics; politics of the Middle East.

Paul Sedra

Associate Professor, History; Advisory Board Member of CCSMSC.
Modern Middle East; education and the rise of the modern state; Egyptian cinema.

Ken Seigneurie

Professor, Program in World Literature.
Modern Arabic, French and British fiction, literary theory and the history of humanist thought.

Ozlem Sensoy

Associate Professor, Education.
Constructions of Muslims in North America through education and media.

Azadeh Yamini-Hamedani

Assistant Professor, Comparative World Literature; Advisory Board Member of CCSMSC.
Interconnections of literature and philosophy, emphasis on the semiotics of translation.

Habiba Zaman

Professor, Gender, Sexualituy and Women's Studies.
Women and development; globalization and women's work; Bangladesh.