Conor Dube

Conor Dube

Pedagogy Fellow in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
Conor Dube
Conor Dube is a PhD candidate in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. He works on the history of Qur'anic interpretation in medieval Islamic societies, particularly in the Islamic West and North Africa, and is interested more broadly in the social and intellectual worlds of Late Antiquity and classical Islam. He has taught classes ranging from theories and methods in religious studies to Arabic language to Middle Eastern politics. He received his master's degree in Religious Studies from NYU and his bachelor's in Near Eastern Studies from Princeton.

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