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Department of History, University of North Carolina
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Between Chapel Hill and Timbuktu
Teaching the Modern Middle East
First Year Seminar: Nations, Borders, Identities
Iraq beyond Conflict
“Forced Migration as Nation-Building: The League of Nations, Minority Protection, and the Greek-Turkish Population Exchange,” Journal of the History of International Law 18 (2006), 120-145.New item
“The Greek-Turkish Population Exchange: Internationally Administered Ethnic Cleansing”
From Millet to Nation: The Limits of Consociational Resolutions for Middle East Conflicts
Podcast, UCLA talk, “Taxonomies, Minorities, and Boundaries: The League of Nations and the Interwar Middle East”
“Mosul, the Ottoman legacy and the League of Nations”
“Diversity and Conformity in Muslim Societies,” Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar
National Geographic Countries of the World: Turkey
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