NELC announces winners of the Jonathan AC Brown Prize in Islamic Studies

The Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations is proud to announce the winners of the inaugural Jonathan Brown Prize in Islamic Studies:

Exploring the marshes of southern Iraq: Late Sasanian to early Islamic history (Ameena Yovan, NELC)

Dispensing justice in early Islamic Egypt (Tobias Scheunchen, NELC)

Late medieval Islamic intellectual history through the lens of the Anatolian scholar Mollā Fenārī (Mehmet Emin Gulecyuz, Divinity School)

An ethnography of Islamic ethics and interspecies relations in the Maldives (name withheld, Anthropology)