Kristin Fabbe, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD Political Science (February, 2012) London School of Economics and Political Science, MSc Theory and History of International Relations (2002)
Office Hours
On Leave 2015-16

(909) 607-3868

(909) 621-8419

Kravis Center 246

Curriculum Vitae

File Fabbe.CV_.June_.2015.docx

Areas of Expertise

Comparative Politics, Middle East

Selected Research and Publications

  • Kristin Fabbe “Turkey’s Secularization in Reverse?” in POMEPS Studies Series on Rethinking Nation and Nationalism in the Middle East (2015)

  • Kristin Fabbe. “Historical legacies, modern conflicts: State consolidation and religious pluralism in Greece and Turkey.” Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 13/3 (2013): 435-453.

  • “Doing more with less: the Justice and Development Party (AKP), Turkish elections, and the uncertain future of Turkish politics.” Nationalities Papers 39/5 (2011): 657-666.

  • Working Paper: "Conflicting Sovereignties: The Historical Roots of Egypt's Current Political Impasse"

  • Working Paper: “The Political Economy of Female Entrepreneurship in Northern Iraq”

  • Working Paper: "Secular Parties and the Prospects of Liberalism in the Middle East and North Africa", with Mieczyslaw P. Boduszynski and Christopher Lamont

Selected Awards and Affiliations

  • Council on Foreign Relations, International Affairs Fellowship (Declined, 2014-2015)

  • ACLS/Mellon Dissertation Completion Award (Declined, 2011)

  • Project on Middle East Political Science (POMEPS) Research Grant for Turkey (2011)

  • Smith Richardson World Politics & Statecraft Fellowship (2010)

  • Institute of Turkish Studies Research Fellowship for Comparative Studies on Modern Turkey (2009)

  • U.S. National Security Education Program Boren Fellowship, Turkey (2007)