Email: ahannoum (at symbol) ku.edu
Dr. Majid Hannoum, a graduate of Princeton University and of the
universities of Fez and Sorbonne, is an associate professor of African
and African-American Studies and Anthropology at the University of
Kansas. He lectures on North African and Arab societies, especially in
the areas of Islamic social and political movements; Islam,
colonialism, and nationalism in North Africa; and religion, power, and
sexuality in Arab societies. He has had experience teaching at Ecole
de Gouvernance et d’Economie (Rabat) Simon's Rock College of Bard, the
New School for Social Research, Eugene Lang College, and the College
of New Jersey.
He is the author of Colonial Histories, Postcolonial Memories (2001) and Violent Modernity (2010) and numerous articles and essays that have appeared in Anthropologie et sociétés, Critique of Anthropology, Theory, Culture, & Society; The Anthropologist and the Native; American Anthropologist; Cultural Dynamics; Journal of North African
Studies; History and Theory; Anthropology News; History and Anthropology; African Studies Review; La Sociologie musulmane de Robert Montagne; Annales: Hisotoire et Sciences Sociales; Mediterraneans; L'Homme: Revue Francaise d'Anthropologie; Studia Islamica; and Hespéris-Tamuda.
Dr. Hannoum has received fellowships/grants at Harvard, Princeton, New School for Social Research, AIMS, and Senior Scholar Fulbright. He is also the recipient of the Newcomer's award at Simon's Rock College of Bard. He is a member of the American Anthropological Association, the American Ethnological Society, and American Institute for Maghribi Studies (AIMS)