Message from the President

Founded in April 2010, AALIMS reached a milestone at its third anniversary. As a sign of becoming an established organization, we have experienced our first “change of the guard.”

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AALIMS – Princeton Graduate Student Workshop

Date: April 11, 2014

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Location: Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University

All sessions are free and open to the public.

This workshop provides a forum for graduate students writing dissertations on Islam or the Muslim world. It features selected students who will present work in progress to an audience consisting of both faculty and graduate students. The event will also provide opportunities for graduate students in the field to meet one another as well as established scholars. AALIMS will continue to organize graduate student workshops periodically at various locations.




Cihan Artunç (Yale University)

Legal Pluralism, Contracts, and Trade in the Ottoman Empire

Diana Dakhlallah (Stanford University)

The Micro-dynamics of Corruption in Morocco

Rachel Gillum (Stanford University)

Attitude Formation Toward US Law Enforcement: An Experimental Assessment of Muslim-Americans

Michael Hoffman (Princeton University)

Religion, Group Interest, and Democracy

Vera Mironova (University of Maryland)

Leave, Stay, Fight: Different Roles in Syria’s Civil War