Babayan, Kathryn

KATHRYN BABAYAN
Associate Professor of Iranian History & Culture
Department of Near Eastern Studies
2068 Frieze Building ·  Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285
(734) 763-1597 ·  fax (734) 936-2679
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EDUCATION
1987-93 Ph.D. Princeton University, Islamic History,
Field of Specialization: Ottoman & Safavi History; Sufism & Shi’ism;
Period of Specialization: Late Medieval & Early Modern 1258-1800;
Dissertation Title: The Waning of the Qizilbash: The Temporal and the Spiritual
in Seventeenth-Century Iran.

1985-87 Princeton University, Islamic History, M.A.
1981-83 Georgetown University, Politics: Modern Middle East, M.A.
1978-81 Wellesley College, Philosophy, B.A.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2001-      University of Michigan: Associate Professor of Iranian History & Culture
(Department of Near Eastern Studies).

1996-2000 University of Michigan: Assistant Professor of Iranian History & Culture
(Department of Near Eastern Studies).

1992-1995 University of North Texas: Assistant Professor of History.

1991-1992 Illinois Institute of Technology, Pre-Doctoral Mellon Teaching
Fellowship.

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
May 2000 Visiting Fellow, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Science Sociales, Paris, France.

1999-2000 Visiting Fellow, Institute for the Humanities, University of Michigan.

1995-96 Visiting Fellow, Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities, Vanderbilt University Fellows Program Topic: The Apocalypse: Fin de Siècle Millennium, and other Transitions.

1993 T. Cuyler Young Award for Best Dissertation in Iranian Studies, Princeton University.

1991-2 Illinois Institute of Technology, Pre-Doctoral Mellon Teaching Fellowship

From: http://www.umich.edu/~neareast/faculty/babayan.htm


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