HÉDI BOURAOUI SCHOLARSHIP IN MEDITERRANEAN STUDIES WITH EMPHASIS ON THE MAGHREB
- 2009 - Concetta Principe, “Reading Through Fanon Writing Through Trauma”
- 2010 - Johan (Hanna) McKechnie, “The Women of Morocco and Their Rise to
Authority in the Muslim State: Legitimizing Islam and an Islamic Feminism”
- 2011 - Alex Caramento and Nima Nakhaei, “Revisiting the Southern Question: North African Migrants and the Italian Left”
- 2013 - David Moffette, “Muslim Ceuties, Migrants and Porteadores: Race, Security and Tolerance at the Spanish Moroccan Border”
- 2014 - Jonathan Adjemian, “The World’s Opacity: Writing and History in Mohammed Dib”
- 2016 - Dina Taha, "Syrian Refugee Brides: Sisters, Victims or Agents? An Exploration of Syrian Women's Survival Mechanisms"
Recipients have included both graduate and undergraduate students. Applications are invited in such fields as Humanities, French, Languages and Literatures, English, History, Political Science, Sociology, Anthropology, Philosophy, etc. Interdisciplinary approaches are welcome.