Research interests: I focus on Computational Linguistics; I am also interested in Digital Humanities.
Research interests: My research interests are the scientific interpretation of the Qur’an, Qur’anic hermeneutics, hadith sciences, gender studies, and women’s rights. I have been awarded a highly competitive Dissertation Completion Fellowship from IU, which has allowed me to focus solely on my dissertation on the hermeneutics of egalitarianism.
Research interests: My research interest is in Arabic language acquisition as a foreign language.
Research interests: Applied Linguistics, Arabic grammar, and Languages History.
Research Interests: Applied linguistics, Arabic linguistics.
Research Interests: Islamophobia, Antisemitism, Interreligious Peacebuilding, Democracy, the intersection of religious and political organizations، comparative politics of the Middle East, and gender ideology in Islam and Judaism
Research Interests: My research interests include administration and bureaucracy in ancient Egypt, particularly in the New Kingdom, as well as the office of the vizier. I’m also more broadly interested in genre in ancient texts and archaeogaming (using archaeological techniques to analyze computer games). Outside of my studies, I’m passionate about diversity and equality in higher education.
Research Interests: Computational linguistics, Classical Arabic rhetoric, and grammar, Arabic manuscripts.
Research Interests: Islamic thoughts, Sufism, Dimensions of Imagination in Islam, Women Studies, Ritual Studies, Islam and Art in Indonesia.
Research interests: My research interests explore the intersection of Islam and modernity with a special focus on Quranic studies. My work also examines the triad of religion, language, and politics in the Middle East.
Research Interests:Tyler is a Dual-PhD Candidate, Anthropology and Middle Eastern Languages & Cultures, Indiana University. His current projects are focused on the evolution-creationism controversy in the Islamic world and the effects of urbanization and crop raiding on hamadryas baboon behavior and reproduction in the Middle East and East Africa. Within primate behavioral ecology, he specifically has interests in endocrinology and the use of wildlife technology, such as drones and GPS collars. Additionally, he helps with field research on chimpanzees in Uganda and monitor the use of non-human primates in biomedical research.
Research interests: My research focuses on Islamic political movements and states with a specific focus on Salafi and Shi’ite groups. My broader field of interest is Religions and Politics, Fundamentalism, Comparative Politics of the Middle East, Radicalization and Countering Violent Extremism, and Regime Stability & Change.
Research interests: Digital Islam, Contemporary Muslim Thought, Religious Knowledge production.
Research interests: My current research is focused on analysis of trauma and disease markers in ancient mummified and skeletal remains. My primary interests are paleopathology, forensic analysis, trauma, and mechanisms of injury, with secondary interests in infectious disease, evolutionary genetics, functional morphology, and comparative anatomy/physiology. My research is reliant on medical imaging, photogrammetry, and modeling, as well as archaeological fieldwork, lab work, and museum collections. I am also interested in the legal and ethical concerns of working with human remains.
Research interests: Islamic and Arabic studies, religious studies.
Research interests: Islamic Ethics, Philosophy of Ethics, and Sufism.
Research interests: My primary research interest is in Medieval Islamic ethics, particularly in Medieval Persian and Arabic ethico-didactic texts. Another closely related facet of my primary focus involves exploring the interplay of the concept of 'adab,' which encompasses decorum, discipline, and proper behavior, with ethics. This exploration aims to shed light on the understanding of ethical cultivation and moral frameworks.
Research interests: I would like to focus on the philologic approach to the hieroglyphic language and its cultural and historical development, as well as its influence on later languages such as Arabic.
Research Interests: Persian Sufism literature, Early Chinese Islamic literature.