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anthropologist , educator , historian , researcher

Abdelmajid Hannoum, American historian, educator, anthropologist, researcher. Recipient William H. Rea' 34 Student award, Princeton University, 1992; fellow, 1995, Harvard University, 1999—2000; grantee, Center for Regional Studies, Princeton, 1994, Program in Near Eastern Studies, Center for International Studies, Princeton, 1994. Member of American Anthropological Association.

Background

Hannoum, Abdelmajid was born on December 25, 1960 in Meknes, Morocco. Arrived in the United States, 1991. Son of Hamani Hannoum and Tamou Adib.

Education

Bachelor, University Fez, Morocco, 1983. Master of Arts, University Fez, Morocco, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy with honours, University Paris, 1991.

Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, New Jersey, 1995.

Career

Research assistant Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 1996—1998. Visiting assistant professor New School for Social Research, New York City, 1998—1999. Fellow Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1999—2000.

Assistant professor Simon's Rock College, Great Barrington, since 2000. Visiting scholar Columbia University, New York City, 2003—2004.

Membership

Member of American Anthropological Association.

Connections

father:
Hamani Hannoum

mother:
Tamou Adib