Modern Middle East
Ethnic and National Identity in Pre-Modern Times
Early Modern History.
World History to 1500 (HIST 112A)
World History since 1500 (HIST 112B)
Historical Methods (HIST 301)
History of Islamic Middle East, 600-1800 (HIST 354A)
Modern Middle East since 1800 (HIST 354B)
Women and Gender in Islamic History (HIST 400)
Arab-Israeli Conflict (HIST 454)
“Ottoman Madrasas: The Multiple Lives of Educational Institutions in 18th-Century Syria,” Journal of Early Modern History 5, no. 2 (2001), 99-127. [Requires login]
“Biography, Autobiography, and Identity in Early Modern Damascus” in Mary Anne Fay, ed., Auto/Biography and the Creation of Identity in the Middle East from the Early Modern to the Modern Period (New York, 2001), 37-49.
"Who are the Arabs?: A Teaching Module", Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
"Teaching and Learning in 18th-century Damascus: Localism and Ottomanism in an Early Modern Arab Society" (Georgetown University, 1998)