Lindsay Gifford is an Assistant Professor of International Studies and Anthropology, and she is currently the Faculty Advisor for the Culture,...
PhD, Anthropology, Boston University | BA in Anthropology from CSU Northridge | graduate of Middlebury College’s Arabic Language School | graduate of Damascus University’s Arabic language program in Syria
Cultural Anthropology of the Middle East
Intro to Anthropology, The Anthropology of Food: Culture, Class, Power and Change, Special Topics in Anthropology, Research Methods, International Studies:Themes, Theories and Perspectives, Research & Thesis Writing, Special Topics
Aaron J. Hahn Tapper, the Mae and Benjamin Swig Professor in Jewish Studies and the founding Director of the Swig Program in Jewish Studies and...
PhD, Religious Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara | MTS, Harvard Divinity School | BA, Johns Hopkins University
Politics of Conflict and Peace, FYS: First-Year Seminar, TYS: Transfer Year Seminars, Social Justice, Activism, and Jews, Jews, Judaisms, and Jewish Identities, Ethics, Directed Reading
Aysha Hidayatullah is Associate Professor of Islamic studies and teaches undergraduate courses on Islam, gender, race, and ethics. She received her...
PhD, Religious Studies, University of California-Santa Barbara, 2009 | MA, Religious Studies, University of California-Santa Barbara, 2005
Special Topics, St Ignatius Institute Symposium, FYS: First-Year Seminar, Migrant & Diaspora Relig, Introduction to Islam, Ethics, Directed Reading
Before joining the Department of Sociology at the University of San Francisco, Sadia Saeed held postdoctoral fellowships at the Maurer School of Law...
PhD, Sociology, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor | MA, University of Notre Dame, Indiana | BSc (Honors), Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan
Taymiya R. Zaman received her BA, Philosophy, Smith College and her PhD in History (2007) from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She joined the...
PhD, History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor | BA, Philosophy, Smith College
Indian Civilizations, Historical Methods, Sex&TransgressionIslWrld, Living Muslim History, Islamic Empires, Directed Study
Stephen Zunes has been at USF since 1995, teaching courses on the politics of Middle East and other regions, nonviolence, conflict resolution, U.S....
PhD, Cornell University | MA, Temple University | BA, Oberlin College
Politics of Conflict and Peace, Nonviolence in Theory and Practice, Global Economic Justice, Government and Politics of the Middle East, Global Conflict Resolution, United States Foreign Policy, Directed Study