May Seikaly

May Seikaly

Dr.
Professor

ad6006@wayne.edu

427 Manoogian Hall 

May Seikaly

Department

Classical & Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

Modern Middle east/ Arab History and oral tradition.

Education

D. Phil Oxford University

Selected publications

  • Haifa: Transformation of an Arab Society- I.B. Tauris- 1995 /1996 translation/ paper back edition 2002
  • The Silent Revolution: The Arab Spring and the Gulf States-Gerlach/Berlin 2014 

 

 

Currently teaching

Graduate

  • N E 6031: Methodologies and Research in Oral History
  • N E 5000/HIS 7960: Globalization, Gender, and Oil in the Arabian Gulf

Courses taught

Undergraduate

  • N E 2040/HIS 1810: The Modern Middle East
  • N E 3061: Methodologies and Research in Oral History
  • N E 3520/GSW 3520: Women and Gender in Middle East History
  • N E 5000/HIS 5960: Globalization, Gender, and Oil in the Arabian Gulf

Graduate

  • N E 6031: Methodologies and Research in Oral History
  • N E 5000/HIS 7960: Globalization, Gender, and Oil in the Arabian Gulf