Kravis Center 246
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
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)