Jennifer Dueck

Stephen A. Jarislowsky Chair in the Modern History of the Middle East and North Africa

Assistant Professor

Office: 255 St. John's College
Email: Jennifer.Dueck@umanitoba.ca
Tel: 204-474-7376

EDUCATION

D.Phil., University of Oxford (Merton College)
D.U. (Arabic), Universite Paris IV - La Sorbonne
M.A., York University
B.A., University of Winnipeg
 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

PUBLICATIONS

‘Uniforms and Salutes: Fascism and Youth Politics in Syria and Lebanon under French Rule,’ in Marginalization and Mobilization of Youth in the Middle East, ed. Samir Khalaf (London: Saqi Books) [in press].‘A Terre d’Exil: French Missionaries in Syria and Lebanon under Mandate Rule’, in In God’s Empire: French Missionaries and the Modern World, ed. J.P. Daughton and Owen White [in press].* 

‘Religious Rivalries and Cultural Policy-Making in Lebanon under the French Mandate’, in The French Colonial Mind: Mental Maps of Empire and French Colonial Policy Making, ed. Martin Thomas  (University of Nebraska Press) [in press].*
‘International Rivalry and Culture in Syria and Lebanon under the French Mandate’ in Searching for a Cultural Diplomacy, ed. Jessica Hech-Gienow and Mark Donfried (New York: Berghahn Books, 2010).*
The Claims of Culture at Empire's End: Syria and Lebanon under French Rule (Oxford University Press/ British Academy, 2010).
‘The Middle East and North Africa in the Imperial and Post-Colonial Historiography of France’, Historical Journal 50.4 (Dec. 2007), 935-949.*
‘A Muslim Jamboree: Scouting and Youth Culture in Lebanon under the French Mandate’, French Historical Studies: Special Issue on France and Islam 30.3 (Summer 2007), 485-516.*
‘Stories of Pride and Shame: Left-Wing Writers and the French Mission to Civilize an Empire’, Chronos (2007), 107-130.*
‘Educational Conquest: Schools as a Sphere of Politics in French Mandate Syria, 1936-1946’, French History: Special Issue on Spaces and Places 20.4 (2006), 442-459.* 
‘L’Art de Rutebeuf: La versification et ses effets stylistiques dans Le Miracle de Théophile’, Florilegium 18 (2001), 93-111.*

 

COURSES TAUGHT

2017-2018
HIST 2502 Modern Middle East
HIST 4000/7772 The Modern Middle East: Debates and Controversies

2016-2017
HIST 1260 New Directions in History: Inquiries into the Cultural Basis of the Modern World
HIST 2502 Modern Middle East

2015-2016
HIST 1260 New Directions in History: Inquiries into the Cultural Basis of the Modern World
HIST 4000-7772 Topics in History: Dilemmas of Diaspora: Middle Eastern Migration in a Global Perspective

2014-2015
HIST 2502 Modern Middle East
HIST 3110 Topics in History: Mideast Power, Politics, Islam

2013-2014 (on leave)

2012-2013 (on leave)

2011-2012
HIST 2900 Beliefs, Borders, and Bargaining in the Middle East: From the Rise of Islam to the Rise of the Nation State