CBRL Awards 2014/15

 

CBRL Visiting Fellowships and Scholarships

The Origins, Development and Practice of Economic and Social Strategies in the Middle East from Earliest Times to the Modern Day                 

Ali Ali (LSE) Contemporary displacement in Iraq and Syria: forced migration, state transformations and the war economy in comparative perspective (Visiting Fellowship)

Salha Fadda (University of Oxford) The political economy of cultural interventions in Palestine (Visiting Scholarship)

Yara Hawari (University of Exeter) Palestinian Collective memory in the Galilee: The construction of a narrative and the preservation of memories in a 'State of Denial' (Visiting Scholarship)

Vanessa Iaria (University of Sussex) Highly skilled Iraqis' return from neighbouring countries of asylum (Visiting Fellowship)

Elian Weizman (SOAS) Patterns of resistance: legality and violence in the State of Israel (Visiting Fellowship)

The Investigation of Multiple Identities in the Middle East

Victoria Biggs (University of Manchester) Forbidden Histories in Contested Spaces: Storytelling, Community, and Memory among Israeli Jewish and Palestinian Youth (Visiting Scholarship)

Tiffany Chezum (University of Oxford) Patterns of Late Antique Iconoclasm: a comparative analysis of that in the Levant and Egyptian temple reliefs (Visiting Scholarship)

Georgios Tsourous (University of Kent) The Dynamics of Creed and Practice in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Visiting Scholarship)

Long-term Landscape, Environment and Climate Change Studies, from the Past through to Predictive Models for Future Developments

Stefan Smith (University of Durham) Archaeological Landscapes of Uncertain Margins: Settlement Dynamics in the Syro-Levantine steppes, 4th-2nd millennium BC (Visiting Scholarship)

 

Pilot Study Awards

The Origins, Development and Practice of Economic and Social Strategies in the Middle East from Earliest Times to the Modern Day

Dana Abi Ghanem (University of Manchester) Power outages in post-war Lebanon: social-material practices for maintaining electrical services in homes

Noam Leshem (University of Durham) Re-inhabiting No-Man's Land

The Investigation of Multiple Identities in the Middle East

Ursula Rothe (Open University) Rural Settlement on Tall Zira'a in the Byzantine and Early Islamic Periods

 

Team-based Awards

Long-term Landscape, Environment and Climate Change Studies, from the Past through to Predictive Models for Future Developments

Matthew Jones (University of Nottingham) Palaeoenvironments of the Late Glacial Transition in the Eastern Desert of Jordan

Sam Smith (Oxford Brookes) Missing Links: Evaluating New Evidence for the Late Pleistocene Occupation of Wadi Faynan

 

Travel Grants

The Origins, Development and Practice of Economic and Social Strategies in the Middle East from Earliest Times to the Modern Day

Georgia Andreou (University of Edinburgh) Tochni-Lakkia: Archaeology, Legislation and Economic Crisis

Miriyam Aouragh (University of Westminster) Online politics and Palestinian social movements: Reconstructing power-Deconstructing myths

Karel Asha (University of Oxford) 'Mothers at Home and Activists on the Street?': Women and Gender in the Syrian Revolution from the Early Uprisings to the Refugee Experience

Kathleen Faccia (University of Cambridge) Skeletal analysis of early food producers at Pre-Pottery Neolithic el-Hemmeh, Jordan

Yueh-Chih Huang (SOAS) Contemporary Arab Women Novelists and Postcolonial Feminist Thoughts

Ellon Souter (University of Manchester) Not set in stone: Understanding community in prehistoric Cyprus through ground stone tool biographies

Hebatalla Taha (University of Oxford) Economic Engagement and Disengagement among Arabs in Israel

The Investigation of Multiple Identities in the Middle East

Branwen Spector (UCL) An exploration of the Jewish Israeli understanding of secularism

Long-term Landscape, Environment and Climate Change Studies, from the Past through to Predictive Models for Future Developments

Adam Allentuck (UCL) Long-term continuity and variability of prehistoric foraging strategies

Hassam Hussein (University of East Anglia) Hydro-politics and the role of climate change discourses (CCDs) in shaping transboundary water governance (TWG) in arid and semi-arid regions:  the case of the lower Jordan River Basin

Catherine Longford (University of Sheffield) Plant economy and environment of Tel Beit Yerah

Kyra Reynolds (University of Ulster) A Socio-Environmental Study of the Separation Barrier in Israel/Palestine: The Political Ecology of Segregation

 

Staff Research Awards

The Origins, Development and Practice of Economic and Social Strategies in the Middle East from Earliest Times to the Modern Day

Mandy Turner (CBRL) Beyond de-development: class structure, political allegiances and economic alliances in the new political economy of the occupied Palestinian territory