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The Stephen Hay Award honors the memory of
Professor Stephen Hay, who died in March 2001.
The award supports graduate study of Islamic
thought and culture.
Present and previous recipients:
Munther Al-Sabagh, "Lending and Usury in the Late Medieval Near East."
Paul Baltimore: *From the Camel to the Cadillac: The Culture of Consumption and the
U.S.-Saudi Special Relationship."
Zamira Yusufjonova: "Islamic Identity in Tajikistan."
Andrew Magnusson: "Al-Majus: Zoroastrians in Early Islamic History and Tradition.”
Kelly Morse Johnson: "The textiles of the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern lands during the
later medieval and early modern periods."
Heidi Morrison: "The Changing Concept of Childhood in Egypt, 1900-1950: nationalism, emotions, and children's rights."
Elizabeth Brownson: “Gender, the Family and Islamic Law in Mandate Palestine, 1925-1939.”
Mateo M. Farzaneh: “The Process of Modernization in Shi’a Political Thought.”
Maria Del Mar Logrono: “The development of nationalist identities in French Syria and Lebanon.”
Nadia Mohamed Nader: “Politics of Memory: The Mihna Revisited."
Hafiz Zakariya: “Islamic reform in colonial Malaya.”
Heather Keaney: “‘Uthman b. ‘Affan in medieval Islamic historiography.”
Nancy Stockdale: “Encounters among English, Arab and Jewish women in Palestine, 1800-1948.”
Stephen C. Cory: “Chosen by God to rule: the Caliphate and political legitimacy in early modern Morocco.”
Rhimou Bernikho-Canin: “Saints, sufis and sultans: the Zawiya of Wazzan, a Moroccan sufi order (1792-1892.”)
Eric Malcolm Staples: “Intersections: power, religion, and technology in seventeenth-century SalÃ©-Rabat.”
Heather Keaney: “Remembering rebellion: “‘Uthman b. ‘Affan in medieval Islamic historiography.” Nancy Stockdale: “Gender and colonialism in Palestine, 1800-1948.”