The Centre for Gulf Studies encompasses academic staff whose expertise range across the social sciences and humanities of the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq and Iran. These geographic and thematic areas overlap and intertwine, in recognition of historical shifts, histories of contact, and the value of interdisciplinary inquiry.
Principal Centre staff
The Centre's principal research and administrative staff are based within the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, part of the College of Social Sciences and International Studies.
|Dr Marc Valeri||Centre Director||M.Valeri@exeter.ac.uk|
|Al Qasimi Professor of Arabic Studies and Islamic Material Culture||D.A.Agius@exeter.ac.uk|
|Dr Michael Axworthy||Senior Lecturer||M.G.A.Axworthy@exeter.ac.uk|
|Dr John P. Cooper||Lecturer in Arabic Studies and Islamic Material Cultureemail@example.com|
|Prof Tim Niblock||Professor Emeritusfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr James Onley||Senior Lecturer in Middle Eastern History.||J.Onley@exeter.ac.uk|
|Prof Sajjad Rizvi||Associate Professor of Islamic Intellectual Historyemail@example.com|
|Prof Gareth Stansfield||Al-Qasimi Professor of Gulf Studies, Director of the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studiesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
The Centre for Gulf Studies receives input from a number of University of Exeter academics from other departments and disciplines, plus honorary fellows and visiting staff from other institutions. The Centre is also home to a number of PhD students.
You can see full lists of all CGS staff and fellows on the following pages: