SFS Faculty News – July 2014 Edition

Robert Egnell has published a book Gender, Military Effectiveness, and Organizational Change: The Swedish Model(Palgrave MacMillan, 2014), and coauthored (with David Ucko) an article “On Military Interventions: Options for Avoiding Counterinsurgencies,” Parameters 44(1) (Spring 2014): 11-22.

John Esposito received Georgetown University’s 2013-14 Distinguished Career Achievement Award. John also served as Series Editor of two encyclopedias that have recently been published in the Oxford Library of Islamic Studies: The Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics, Shahin, published March 2014 and The Oxford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Science, and Technology in Islam, Kalin, May 2014.

Christine Fair has published a book, Fighting to the End: The Pakistan Army’s Way of War (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014) and “Drones, Spies, Terrorists, and Second-Class Citizens in Pakistan,” Small Wars and Insurgencies, Vol. 25, No. 1,.pp. 205-235.

Katherine Marshall has published several pieces in the Huffington Post: on a Rabita conference in Rabat Morocco, on aSports Values conference at the United Nations, and on the World Sacred Music Festival and Forum in Fes, Morocco. Detailed summaries of discussions at the Fes Forum are available on the Berkley Center website.

Susan Martin has published a book, Migration and Humanitarian Crises: Causes, Consequences and Responses (edited volume with Sanjula Weerasinghe and Abbie Taylor, Routledge Books, 2014) and a chapter, “Forced Migration in North America,” in Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Gil Loescher, Katy Long and Nando Sigona, The Oxford Handbook of Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, Oxford University Press, 2014.

James Millward has published an essay touching on recent violence in Xinjiang: “China’s two problems with the Uyghurs,” in Los Angeles Review of Books (28 May 2014). His article “Modern Xinjiang in Historical Perspective” has been published in translation, “СОВРЕМЕННЫЙ СИНЬЦЗЯН В ИСТОРИЧЕСКОЙ ПЕРСПЕКТИВЕ.”

Irfan Nooruddin has published “Making Surveys Work Better: Experiments in Public Opinion Research Studies” inIndian Politics, June 2014 2: 105-108.

Carlo Prato has presented “The Voters’ Curses: Why We Need Goldilocks Voters” (joint with Stephane Wolton) at the Priorat Workshop in Theoretical Political Science (Falset, Spain) and “Crises and The Puzzle of Reforms” (also joint with Stephane Wolton) at Collegio Carlo Alberto (Turin, Italy).