Nora Doaiji

Nora Doaiji

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Nora Doaiji is a PhD candidate in History at Harvard University. She specializes in the social and environmental history of the Arabian Peninsula from the late-eighteenth to mid-twentieth century. In her dissertation research, Doaiji examines the trade and hajj routes of Central Arabia as sites of encounter and exchange networks of people, places, ideas, and texts. She is also particularly interested in how these routes, and their transformation over time, reveal interconnected histories between the Arabian Peninsula, the United States, and the Indian Ocean and Ottoman Worlds. Before joining Harvard's Department of History, she received an M.A. in Middle East Studies from The George Washington University and earned two B.A. degrees in Political Science and Philosophy at the University of California, Irvine.

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