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Ann Wainscott
Senior AAR Fellow
Religion Team
Scholar of Morocco, Iraq, and Religion and Politics
         
Washington, D.C.

Areas of Expertise


Intervention Demographics

Ideology

Political Violence

Governance and Security
Ann Wainscott
Senior AAR Fellow
Religion Team
Scholar of Morocco, Iraq, and Religion and Politics
Washington, D.C.

Bio

Ann Wainscott is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Miami University where she teaches Middle East politics. She is on leave from her university to serve as the American Academy of Religion Senior Fellow at USIP. Prior to teaching at Miami, she taught at Saint Louis University for four years. Ann’s work at USIP analyzes the role of the religious sector in Iraq. Prior to arriving at USIP, Ann’s research focused on the contemporary Moroccan religious bureaucracy and its efforts to counter violent extremism. She has done fieldwork in Morocco, Senegal, Ghana, and Mali. She received a PhD from the University of Florida in 2013. She has served as a Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellow and a Boren Fellow. Her book, Bureaucratizing Islam: Morocco and the War on Terror, will be published by Cambridge University Press in September 2017. Her work has also appeared in the Journal of North African Studies and Politics and Religion.
Languages spoken
Arabic

Areas of Expertise

 
Ethnic and Religious Minorities
 
Religion & Theology
 
Terrorism
Sectarian Violence
 
Governance
Education
 

Disciplines

Regions

Countries

My Work