The Crown Papers are double-blind peer-reviewed monographs covering a wide-range of scholarship on the Middle East, including works of history, economics, politics, and anthropology. This publication series succeeds the Center’s earlier Working Papers and aims to showcase the scholarship of the Center’s postdoctoral fellows, faculty, and Research Fellows.
July 2012 – “Statisquo”: British Use of Statistics in the Iraqi Kurdish Question (1919-32)
June 2011 – GCC States’ Import Demand: The Effects of Geopolitics
April 2011 – “We Serve the People”: Hamas Policing in Gaza
November 2010 – Li Kulli Fir’awn Musa: The Myth of Moses and Pharaoh in the Iranian Revolution in Comparative Perspective
Oct. 2009 – The Uncommonality of “A Common Word”
July 2009 – From Visiting Graves to Their Destruction: The Question of Ziyara through the Eyes of Salafis
June 2008 – Managing the Oil Wealth: Foreign Assets of GCC Countries June