Fellows Awarded 2013–2014

National Endowment for The Humanities Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship

Julie M. Peteet (Anthropology and Middle East & Islamic Studies, University of Louisville)
The Cultural Politics of Baths (hammamat) in Jordan

David Graf (History and Religious Studies, University of Miami)
A New Corpus of Ancient North Arabian Inscriptions: A Different View of Nabataean and Roman Arabian Society

ACOR-CAORC Post-Graduate Fellowship

Leigh-Ann Bedal (Anthropology, Pennsylvania State, Erie)
It’s In the Pipeline: Ceramic and Lead Pipes from the Petra Garden and Pool Complex

David Graf (History and Religious Studies, University of Miami)
A New Corpus of Ancient North Arabian Inscriptions: A Different View of Nabataean and Roman Arabian Society

Morag Kersel (Anthropology, DePaul University)
The Lives of Pots: Grave Goods, Excavated Artifacts, Looted Items, and Collected Objects from the Early Bronze Age Mortuary Sites on the Dead Sea Plain, Jordan

Gary O. Rollefson (Anthropology, Whitman College)
Reconnaissance and Artifact Analysis of the Eastern Badia Archaeological Project, Black Desert, Jordan

ACOR-CAORC Pre-Doctorate Fellowship

Patrick Adamiak  (Middle Eastern History, University of California, San Diego)
Importing Ottoman Nationals: The Ottoman Settlement of Caucasian Refugees and Ottoman Governance in Anatolia and Greater Syria 1860-1918

Theresa Dazey (Middle Eastern History, Indiana University)
Between Isolation and Assimilation: Circassian Settlers in the Jordan Valley, 1878-1939

Elias Saba (Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Pennsylvania)
What’s the Difference? Distinctions and Development in Post-Formative Islamic Law

Christian C. Sahner (Department of History, Princeton University)
Christian Martyrdom in the Early Islamic Period

Jennifer C. Groot Fellowship

Tucker Deady (Archaeology – Anthropology, Dickinson College)
Khirbet Iskandar Excavations

Emma Pugmire (Classics, University of Tennessee)
‘Ayn Gharandal Archaeological Project

Harrell Family Fellowship

Martha Schulz (Oriental and Asian Studies, University of Bonn)
Tall Hisban

Pierre and Patricia Bikai Fellowship

Micaela Sinibaldi  (Archaeology, Cardiff University)
Settlement Patterns in the Crusader-Period Lordship of Transjordan: A Historical and Archaeological Study

Sarah Elise Wenner (Ancient History, North Carolina State University)
Petra Pool and Garden Project and the Udhruh Survey

Bert and Sally de Vries Fellowship

Tareq Ramadan (Anthropology – Archaeology, Wayne State University)
Shuqayra Al-Gharbiyya

MacDonald/Sampson Fellowship

Emanuela Bocancea  (Archaeology, Joukowsky Institute, Brown University)
Imperium sine fine? Comparing Roman Colonialism in Arabia and Dacia

Kenneth W. Russell Fellowship

Janna-Mirl Redmann (Oriental and Asian Studies, University of Bonn)
Tall Hisban

James A. Sauer Fellowship

Craig Andrew Harvey (Roman Archaeology, University of Victoria)
The Wall-heating Pipes from the Humayma Garrison Bathhouse

Frederick-Wenger Jordanian Educational Fellowship

Mohammed Mahmoud (Sustainable Tourism and Archaeology of Ancient Arab Civilizations, The Hashemite University)
Dar Al-Saraya Museum: Conservation. Management and Tourism Strategic Plan

ACOR Jordanian Graduate Student Scholarship

Ahmad Al Salman (Sustainable Tourism and Archaeology of Ancient Arab Civilizations, The Hashemite University) Conservation and Restoration Plan for the Archaeological Site of Quwailbeh (Abila)

Muaffaq Hazza (Archaeology and Epigraphy, Yarmouk University)
History of Umm el-Jimal through its Inscriptions

Abdullah Khazawneh (Epigraphy, Yarmouk University)
Master of Arts in Epigraphy

Heba Sawalmeh (Sustainable Tourism and Archaeology of Ancient Arab Civilizations, The Hashemite University)
Organic and Functional Analysis of the Early Bronze I and Iron Age II Pottery from North and Central Jordan

ACOR Jordanian Travel Scholarship for ASOR Annual Meeting

Hanadi Al-Taher (Department of Antiquities of Jordan)
Interpretation of Archaeological Sites through the Names

Ahmad Lash (Department of Antiquities of Jordan)
The Graffiti at Qusayr Amra