Emrah Yildiz

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Research Interests

Historical anthropology of routes of mobility in the tri-border area among Iran, Turkey and Syria. His research lies at the intersection of historiography and ethnography of borders and their states; ritual practice, saints and visitation in Islam; as well as currencies and contraband commerce in trans-regional political economy.

Education/Academic qualification

Social Anthropology and Middle Eastern Studies, PhD, Harvard University

… → 2016

Research interests

  • Commercial and political mobility
  • Historical anthropology
  • Islam
  • Ritual practice
  • Saints


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