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Ani Sarkissian Department of Political Science Michigan State University 368 Farm Lane, S303 East Lansing, MI ph: Academic Appointments Assistant Professor of Political Science, Michigan State University, 2007 present Visiting Professor of Political Science, McGill University, Education Ph.D. Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles, 2006 M.A. Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles, 2001 B.A. Political Science, University of California, Berkeley, 1995 Research and Teaching Fields Politics and Religion, Democratization, Authoritarian Politics, Political Culture, Political Behavior, Civil Society, Post- Communist Politics, Middle East Politics, Research Design Publications Refereed Journal Articles Ani Sarkissian and Ş. İlgü Özler. Forthcoming The Politicization of Religious Civil Society in Turkey. Democratization 20(4). Ani Sarkissian Religion and Civic Engagement in Muslim Countries. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 51(4): Ani Sarkissian Religious Regulation and the Muslim Democracy Gap. Politics and Religion 5(3): Ş. İlgü Özler and Ani Sarkissian Stalemate and Stagnation in Turkish Democratization: The Role of Civil Society and Political Parties. Journal of Civil Society 7(4): January 2013, page 2 Ani Sarkissian, Jonathan Fox, and Yasemin Akbaba Culture vs. Rational Choice: Assessing the Causes of Religious Discrimination in Muslim States. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 17(4): Ani Sarkissian Religious Reestablishment in Post- Communist Polities. Journal of Church and State 51(3): Ani Sarkissian Religion in Post- Soviet Armenia: Pluralism and Identity Formation in Transition. Religion, State & Society 36(2): Book Reviews Ani Sarkissian Islamist Terrorism and Democracy in the Middle East, by Katarina Dalacoura. Perspectives on Politics 10(1): Ani Sarkissian The Price of Freedom Denied: Religious Persecution and Conflict in the Twenty- First Century, by Brian Grim and Roger Finke. The Journal for The Scientific Study of Religion 50(4): Ani Sarkissian Religion, Morality, and Community in Post- Soviet Societies, by Mark D. Steinberg and Catherine Wanner, eds. The Russian Review 69(2): Ani Sarkissian Beyond Sacred and Secular: Politics of Religion in Israel and Turkey, by Sultan Tepe. Insight Turkey 11(3): Other Publications Ani Sarkissian Commonwealth of Independent States, in Encyclopedia of Governance. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Current and Ongoing Research Book Manuscripts in Progress Authoritarian Politics and the Varieties of Religious Repression Sinners, Saints, and Citizens: The Catholic Charismatic Renewal in Sub- Saharan Africa (with Robert Dowd and Paul Kollman) Journal Articles The Determinants of Tolerance in Arab Societies [under review] January 2013, page 3 Government Religious Regulation and Authoritarian Durability in Post- Communist Eurasia [in development] The Roman Catholic Charismatic Movement and Social Capital in Sub- Saharan Africa (with Robert Dowd) [in development] Awards, Fellowships, and Grants Team Grant, Pentecostal and Charismatic Research Initiative, University of Southern California. The Roman Catholic Charismatic Movement in Sub- Saharan Africa: Its Causes and Consequences (with Robert Dowd & Paul Kollman) Faculty Research Grant, Muslim Studies Program, Michigan State University Dissertation Improvement Grant, National Science Foundation Individual Advanced Research Opportunities Grant, IREX Department of Political Science Fellowship, UCLA Kasper and Siroon Hovannisian Fellowship, UCLA , , Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship, Center for European and Eurasian Studies, UCLA (Georgian), (Armenian), (Russian). Mangasar M. Mangasarian Fellowship, UCLA Karekin Der Avedisian Memorial Fellowship, UCLA NIS Regional Language Program in Armenia, ACTR/ACCELS (declined) Conference Presentations Government Regulation of Religion and Authoritarian Durability in Post- Communist Eurasia. International Symposium, Post- Atheism: Religion and Society in Postcommunist Eastern Europe and Eurasia, sponsored by the Melikian Center: Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ (February 2013). The Roman Catholic Charismatic Movement and Building Social Capital in Sub- Saharan Africa (with Robert Dowd). Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA (September 2012 Meeting Cancelled). January 2013, page 4 Government Regulation of Religion and the Legitimation of Authoritarian Rule. Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL (April 2012). Religion, Political Participation, and Civic Engagement in Muslim Countries. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion and the Religious Research Association, Milwaukee, WI (October 2011). The Determinants of Tolerance in Arab Societies. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA (September 2011). The Sources of Minority Intolerance in Muslim- Majority Countries. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion and the Religious Research Association, Baltimore, MD (October 2010). Limiting Islam: Restrictions on Muslim Minorities in the Muslim World. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C. (September 2010). Religious Regulation and the Muslim Democracy Gap. Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA (April 2010). Negotiating Islam, Civil Society, and Secularism: The Justice and Development Party in Turkey (with Ş. İlgü Özler). Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Toronto, ON (September 2009). Stalemate and Stagnation in Turkish Democratization: Civil Society and Political Parties in the Post- EU Harmonization Period (with Ş. İlgü Özler). Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Vancouver, B.C. (March 2009). Tolerance and Prospects for Democracy in the Muslim World. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA (September 2008). Religion, Participation, and Democratic Support in a Cross- National Sample. Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL (April 2008). Religion in Post- Soviet Armenia: Pluralism and Identity Formation in Transition. Annual Meeting of the Central Eurasian Studies Society, Seattle, WA (October 2007). Evangelical Protestantism and Democratic Development in Post- Soviet Eurasia: Testing the Religious Economy Argument. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL (September 2007). January 2013, page 5 Religious Competition in Armenia and Georgia: Shifting Power and Tradition in the Orthodox Christian World. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA, (September 2006). Governance and Faith in Post- Communist Eurasia: State, Law and Religious Competition in Transition. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C. (September 2005). Debunking the Doctrine Myth: Religious Values and Support for Democracy. Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL (April 2005). Democratization in Russia and Poland: the Role of the Orthodox and Catholic Churches. Slavic Forum, University of Chicago (June 2003). Democratization in the Post- Communist World: Initial Conditions and Policy Choices. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA (August 2002). Invited Presentations Webinar, By the Numbers: Quantitative Data Sources in Eurasian Studies. Social Science Research Council Eurasia Program (February 2012). Faculty Panel, Upheaval in the Middle East and North Africa: Context, Consequences and Implications. Sharper Focus/Wider Lens Series (sponsored by MSU Honors College, James Madison College, Muslim Studies, and Political Science), (March 2011). The Causes and Consequences of Religious Minority Repression in Muslim Majority Countries, Henry Institute, Calvin College, MI (October 2010). Religious Tolerance in Muslim Countries, Comparative Politics Workshop, Yale University (November 2010). Social Science Research Council (SSRC) Dissertation Development Workshop, Governance in Eurasia. University of Texas at Austin (March 2004). University and Professional Service Department Comparative Politics field committee, , Graduate Studies and Academic Standards committee, Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity and Graduate Recruitment (Co- Chair), Undergraduate committee, , January 2013, page 6 Comparative Politics hiring committee, Department Advisory committee, Honors Advisor, Department of Political Science, Faculty Advisor, Pi Sigma Alpha, Omicron Chapter, University Core Faculty Member and Advisory Committee, Muslim Studies Program. Core Faculty Member, Center for European and Russian/Eurasian Studies. Carnegie Foundation Nominee Selection Committee, Honors College. Migrations of Islam Project Coordinating Committee, Discussant, Muslim Studies Program 5 th Annual Conference, April Professional Panel Chair, Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Wildavsky Dissertation Award Committee, APSA, Panel Discussant, Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Manuscript Reviewer for American Political Science Review, Political Research Quarterly, Political Behavior, World Politics, Democratization, Politics and Religion. Reviewer, European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop, Courses Taught Michigan State University Writing Seminar on Religion and Politics (Undergraduate) Honors Seminar in Research Design (Undergraduate) Government and Politics of the World (Undergraduate) Political Culture (Graduate) Identity and Politics (Graduate) University of Minnesota Quantitative Methods (Undergraduate) Religion and Global Politics (Undergraduate) DePaul University Political Inquiry (Undergraduate) Political Systems of the World (Undergraduate) Undergraduate Advising Honors Thesis Advisor, MSU Department of Political Science (2 students), (1 student), (1 student). January 2013, page 7 Honors Thesis Committee Member, MSU Department of Political Science (2 students), (3 students), (3 students). Professorial Assistant Advisor, MSU Honors College (2 students), (1 student). Advisor, Independent Study, MSU Department of Political Science, 2008 (2 students). Graduate Advising Dissertation Committee Member: Ebru Eren Webb, Niccole Pamphilis, Petra Hendrickson, Masaaki Higashijima, Tsehsin Chen, Brian Crothers, Hsin- Hsin Pan, Kristian Dunn. MPP Committee Member: Alanna Maguire Faculty Advisor for Graduate Teaching: Niccole Pamphilis Guidance Committee Member: Jack Byham. Professional Affiliations American Political Science Association, International Political Science Association, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, Society for Armenian Studies. Specialized Training and Fieldwork Fieldwork in Istanbul & Ankara, Turkey Visiting Scholar, Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies, Tbilisi Visiting Research Scholar, Turpanjian Center for Policy Analysis, American University of Armenia, Yerevan Indiana University Summer Workshop in Slavic, East European, and Central Asian Languages, Intensive Georgian Language Course Foreign Languages Armenian (reading, writing, and speaking), French (reading, writing, and speaking), Russian (reading), Georgian (reading). References Available Upon Request
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