Palestinian Perinatal and Young Child Death During the British Mandate
Delta Delta Delta Fellowship, 2018–19
Frances S. Hasso is an associate professor in the program in gender, sexuality and feminist studies at Duke with secondary appointments in the history department and sociology department. She is affiliated with the Duke Middle East Studies Center. She taught in and directed the International Comparative Studies Program at Duke from 2010-2015 and was a member of the Oberlin College faculty from 2000-2010. She is an outgoing Editor of the Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies (Vols. 2015-2018). She has been a Rockefeller fellow, SSRC/ACLS fellow and Columbia University Visiting Fellow. Her research has been supported by the SSRC, National Science Foundation, American Sociological Association, Woodrow Wilson National National Fellowship Foundation, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Palestinian American Research Center, the Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World (Leiden), Duke Islamic Studies Center, The Josiah Charles Trent Memorial Foundation Endowment, and Duke Arts & Sciences Faculty Committee Research Grants. In 2018, she was a CAORC Fellow at the American Center for Oriental Research in Amman.
- “Decolonizing Middle East Men and Masculinities Scholarship: An Axiomatic Approach,” Arab Studies Journal, October 15, 2018.
- Hasso, Frances S., and Zakia Salime, eds. Freedom Without Permission: Bodies and Space in the Arab Revolutions. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2016.
- Hasso, Frances S. “Civil and the Limits of Politics in Revolutionary Egypt.” Comparative Studies in South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 35, no.3 (2015): 605-21.
- Hasso, Frances S. “Bargaining with the Devil: States and Intimate Life.” Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 10, no. 2 (2014): 107-34.
- Hasso, Frances S. Consuming Desires: Family Crisis and the State in the Middle East. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2011.
- Hasso, Frances S. Resistance, Repression and Gender Politics in Occupied Palestine and Jordan. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2005.