Date: April 8-9, 2022

Program: TBA

Location: Princeton University

 

 

2022 Annual Conference Organizing Committee

Amaney Jamal (Princeton University), chair

Timur Kuran (Duke University)

Jacob Shapiro (Princeton University)

Presentations

CONFERENCE AND STUDENT WORKSHOPS

 

Day 1:  April 8, 2022

Day 2: April 9, 2022

 

Accepted Papers AALIMS – Princeton 2022

Killian Clarke (Georgetown University) and Chantal Berman (Georgetown University) and Rima Majed (American University of Beirut)

“Revolutions in Flawed Democracies: The Lebanese Thawra and Iraq’s Tishreen Uprising in Comparative Perspective”

 

Steve Monroe (Yale NUS College) and Jasmine Bhatia (SOAS University of London)
“Insecurity and Support for Female Leadership in Conflict-Prone States: Evidence from Afghanistan”

Djavad Salehi-Isfahani (Virginia Tech) and Sara Taghvatalab (Christopher Newport University)

“Electrification and the Closing of the Gender Gap in Education in Rural Iran”

 

Saad Gulzar (Stanford University) and Tanushree Goyal (Harvard) and Feyaad Allie (Stanford University)

“The Cultural Impacts of Salient Political Events”

 

Asli Cansunar (University of Washington) and Tugba Bozcaga (Kings College, London)

“The Education Dilemma: Favoring the In-Group or Assimilating the Out-Group?”

 

Yasir Khan (University of Pittsburgh)

“The political economy of public sector absence: experimental evidence from Pakistan”

 

Timur Kuran (Duke University) and Fatih Serkant Adiguzel (Duke University)

“The Islamic Waqf: Instrument of Unequal Security, Worldly and Otherworldly”

 

Amaney Jamal (Princeton University)

“The Global Segregation of the Poor”

 

Tahir Andrabi (Pomona College)

“Family Formation, Migration and Work: results from the LEAPS Long Term Household Survey (2003-2018)”

 

Thomas Pepinsky (Cornell University) and Risa Toha (Yale-NUS College)

“The Political Construction of Indigeneity: Theory and Evidence from Indonesia.”