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Amaney A. Jamal <email@example.com>
Civil Society and the Middle East
Social Capital and democratization
Authoritarian Consolidation/Middle East
Arab and Muslim American Political participation/US
|Address:||Department of Politics
238 Corwin Hall
Princeton, New Jersey 08544
|Primary Phone:||(609) 258-7340|
|Fax Number:||(609) 258-1110|
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-Mideast-Politics
|Interests:||Ethnic History / Studies
Political History / Studies
Ph.d University of Michigan, Dept. of Political Science, 2002
B.A University of California Los Angeles, 1993
“Regimes and Rules: Reassessing the Influence of Regime Type on Electoral Law Formation.” Comparative Political Studies. Vol. 35 No. 3 (April, 2002). With Ellen Lust-Okar.
“Competition, Contestation, or Co-Optation: Examining Patterns of Political Liberalization in the Middle East.” Comparative Politics. With Ellen Lust-Okar (Revise and Resubmit).
“From Active Resistance to Democratic Missionaries? Palestinian Local Elites” Palestine Report-Jerusalem Media and Communications Center. May, 2000.
(Book Review) “Islamic Politics in Palestine. International Journal of Middle East Studies. (August, 2001).
“Patriarchy, Connection, and Individualism: Immigration and the Experience of Gender in Arab Immigrant Families.” Gender and Society. (Revise and Resubmit). With Ann Lin and Abigail Stewart.
“Maintaining Access,” with Ann Lin in Inside Story: Gaining Access to Research Sites. (Eds.) Feldman, Martha, Bell, Jennine, and Sherry Berger. (forthcoming).
(Book Review) “Bint Arab: Arab and Arab American Women in the United States.” Middle East Women’s Studies Review. (Spring 1998.)
2002- “Democratic Citizenship and Engagement: How Political Institutions Matter.” American Political Science Association, Boston, MA. September 2002.
2002- “Individual vs. Group Rights: Mosques and Collective Identity Formation among Arab-Americans, with Ann Lin. American Political Science Association, Boston, MA. September 2002.
2001- “Cultivating Social Trust or Generalized Distrust?: Associational Life in the West Bank.” Middle East Studies Association Conference. San Francisco, California. November, 2001.
2001- (Invited Participant) "Women in Islamic Societies: New Questions in an Era of Globalization A Symposium." University of California, Berkeley. Center for Middle Eastern Studies. November, 2001.
2001- “When Associations Matter: Explaining Variations in Democratic Attitudes Among Civic Participants.” American Political Science Association Meetings. San Francisco, California. September, 2001.
2001- “When Does Discrimination Count as Discrimination?: Ideas About Discrimination From Arab Immigrants in Detroit.” With Ann Lin and Alana Hackshaw. American Political Science Association Meetings. San Francisco, California. September, 2001.
2001- “Civil Society Speaks Out?: Examining Patterns of Civic Engagement in the West Bank.” Midwest Political Science Association Meetings. Chicago, Ill. April, 2001.
2000- Session Moderator: “Insiders/ Outsiders—Emic/Etic Study of Women and Gender in the New Millennium” Middle East Studies Association Conference. Orlando, Florida. November, 2000.
2000- “Gender and Perceptions of State Authority in the US.” With Ann Lin. American Political Science Association, Washington D.C. August 31-Sept. 3, 2000.
1999- (Invited Participant) “Competition, Contestation or Co-optation?: Examining Patterns of Political Liberalization in the Middle East.” UCLA Jusur Conference on the Middle East. Los Angeles, California. October, 1999.
1999- “Competition, Contestation or Co-optation?: Examining Patterns of Political Liberalization in the Middle East.” With Ellen Lust-Okar. Middle East Studies Association, Washington, DC, November, 1999.
1999- “Gender Consciousness Among Arab Immigrants to the United States.” With Ann Lin and Abigail Stewart. Middle East Studies Association, Washington, DC, November, 1999.
1999- “Individual Inclusion and Group Exclusion: The Case of Arab American Immigrants.” With Ann Lin. American Political Science Association, Atlanta, Georgia. September, 1999.
1999- “Modeling, Interpreting, and Presenting Statistical Interactions.” With Robert J. Franzese, Jr. and Cindy D. Kam. Poster presented at the Annual Political Science Association Meetings, Atlanta, Georgia, 1999.
1998- “Rulers and Rules: Negotiating Electoral Laws In Middle East Political Liberalization.” With Ellen Lust-Okar. Middle East Studies Association. Chicago, Illinois. Nov. 1998.
1998- “Ties of Memory and Experience: Arab-American Political Socialization and Activity.” With Ann Lin. American Political Science Association, Boston, MA. Sept. 1998 .
1997- “Navigating a New World: The Political Assimilation of Arab Immigrants.” With Ann Lin. American Political Science Association, Washington DC. August, 1997.
1996-Discussant for panel on “Political and Economic Conditions in Palestine After the Oslo Accords”. Middle East Studies Association, Providence, Rhode Island. November, 1996.
1992-“Palestinian Women and the Intifada: Towards Liberation or Stagnation.” Association of Muslim Social Scientists, East Lansing, Michigan, October, 1992.