Students

Class of 2022

Regan Allen

Lima Mohammad Asif

Cecilia Barber

Heaven Begum

Carolina Bunch

Carlie Cooper

Nidhi Desai

Alize Dreyer

Imani Edwards

Ana Gonzalez

Aleena Haidari

Webster Hill

Lana-Michelle Homola

Kiran Kahlon

Sara Massei

Nithin Seelan

Jacqueline Skalski-Fouts

Fateme Tavakoli

Deven Upadhyay

Sloane Urwin

 

Class of 2021

Preya Agam

Hanna Davis

Kat DesCamp-Renner

Shriya Dodwani

Rachel Giachinta

Syeda Haider

Grace Kendall

Alyssa Price

Julia Stewart

Ben Stoffel

Fatomata Tambadou

 

Class of 2020

Sarah Daley, Thesis "The Assignment of Humanitarian Legitimacy in Aid Operations of Italy and China"

Alicia Furlan, Thesis "Primary and Higher Education in Kerala, India: Success, Failures, and Patterns"

Shermeen Imam, Thesis "Politics of Urdu in India"

Ishani Pendse, Thesis "The Human Body and Health as Microcosm and Model for Human Interactions with Nature: Examining Biomedicine and Ayurveda in the Contemporary Context"

Sarah Roya, Thesis "Female Education in Afghanistan: Access and Challenges"

Marjan Saud, Thesis "Religious Morality in Economic Structures: Pakistan and the ​Zakat​ System"

Reshma Shrestha, Thesis "Would the Real Kashmir Please Stand up? Analysis of Kashmir conflict and Kashmiri subjects in Hindi Films"

Mel Throckmorton, Thesis "Governing through infrastructure: The politics of urban water access in Cairo, Egypt" 

 

Class of 2019

Maha Ghori, Thesis "The Production of Women's Silence During and After the Partition of India"

Isha Kelkar, Thesis "Cultural Conceptions of Menstruation in India: An Analysis of Women's Health and Access to Healthcare"

Fazlah Rahaman, Thesis "Kurdish Nationalism and Islam"

Grayson Rost, Thesis "The Role of Civil Society Production within American Democracy Promotion in the Middle East"

Stearns Swetnam, Thesis "Co-Production: Social Knowledge Production in Islamic Banking"

John Urbano, Thesis "With Borders Like These, Who Needs Identities? An Analysis of the Border Conflict in the Western Sahara"

 

Class of 2018

Makeda Petiri, Thesis "The Bidoons of Kuwait: A Human Rights Discourse"