Visiting Fellows and Sir William Luce Papers
2012: Sir William Luce in the Middle East
Dr M.W. Daly has published widely on the modern history of Egypt and the Sudan. He holds a B.A. (Hons.) degree in history from McGill University, M.A. from McGill's Institute of Islamic Studies, and Ph.D. in the history of the Near & Mdidle East from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London.
- Sir William Luce Publication Series No.13 (last modified: 26 July 2012)
2011: How to Govern Darfur?
Dr James Morton is a freelance consultant whose work on Darfur started with six years in the region during the 1980s.
- Sir William Luce Publication Series No.12 (last modified: 29 September 2011)
2010: 'From the MAHDIYYA to the SALVATION: Women's rights in Sudanese laws'
Dr. ASMA MOHAMED ABDEL HALIM is an Assistant Professor, Department of Women and Gender Studies, University of Toledo, Ohio
- Sir William Luce Publication Series No.11 (last modified: 29 March 2011)
2009: 'Oil Development Induced Displacement in the Sudan'
Dr Leben Moro who is a Southern Sudanese scholar currently based at the Centre for Peace and Development Studies, University of Juba
- Sir William Luce Publication Series No.10 (last modified: 27 October 2009)
2008:'Sudan: Political Transitions Past and Present'
Prof. Peter Woodward, University of Reading
- Sir William Luce Publication Series No. 9 (last modified: 27 October 2009)
2007 'The Humanism of Ina Beasley: Her Work and Life in British Sudan'
Dr Rogaia Mustafa Abusharaf, Brown University and Harvard School of Public Health
- Durham Middle East Papers, Sir William Luce Publication No.8 (last modified: 10 September 2008)
2006: 'Generational change and elite-driven reforms in the kingdom of Bahrain'
Dr. Steven Wright, Durham University,
Durham Middle East Papers, Sir William Luce Publication Series No.7
2005: 'Political Reform in the Gulf and the Arabian Peninsula: window Dressing, Heads-in-the-Sand, or Genuine Change?'
2004:'The Emergence of Post-Traditional Oman'.
Dr John E. Peterson, Research Associate, International Institute for Strategic Studies, London
Durham Middle East Papers, Sir William Luce Publication Series No.5
2003:'The Arab Oil Weapon of 1973-74 as a Double-Edged Sword: Its Implications for Future Energy Security'.
Dr Robert R. Copaken
Durham Middle East Papers, Sir William Luce Publication Series No.4
2002: 'Traditional Subsistence Strategies in Oman: an Approach to an Understanding of Ancient Subsistence Strategies'
Professor Ali Tigani El Mahi, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman
2001:'The Cultural Dimensions of the Anglo-Iranian Relations'.
Dr Mohaad Javad Nateghpour, University of Tehran
Durham Middle East Papers, Sir William Luce Publication Series No.3
2000:'Organized Labor and Social Change in Contemporary Sudan'.
Professor Ahmad Alawad Sikainga, Ohio State University
Durham Middle East Papers, Sir William Luce Publication Series No.2
1999: 'The Making of the Modern UAE'
Dr Fatma Al-Sayegh, Chairperson, History Department, UAE University,
1998: 'The Contribution of 19th Century British Political Agents to the Understanding of Omani History, with Special Reference to Sir Charles Ross'
Dr Isam al-Rawas, Assistant Professor, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman.
1997: 'Khartoum: Past, Present and the Prospects for the future'
Dr Bushra el-Tayeb Babiker, Associate Professor, University of Khartoum
Durham Middle East Papers, Sir William Luce Publication Series No.1