Fellow

Jeff Guhin

Jeff Guhin

Postdoctoral Abd el-Kader Fellow

>> Download c.v. (PDF)

Jeff Guhin is the Abd El-Kader postdoctoral research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. He earned his PhD in sociology from Yale, and his specialties include education, religion, theory, and culture. Guhin’s first book is titled Make the Children Come to Me: Moral Authority and the Problem of America in Christian and Muslim Schools, forthcoming from Oxford University Press. Currently, Guhin is conducting fieldwork for his next book, an ethnographic comparison of morality and citizenship in three urban public school districts. This work is a part of the Institute’s School Cultures and Student Formation Project, for which Guhin is the lead researcher for urban public schools.

He has studied in Damascus, Syria and Mexico City, Mexico, and he holds a Modern Middle East Studies Certificate from Yale University. While the majority of his recent work is on the United States, he maintains an interest in the Middle East and Latin America. Read about his ongoing work on his website jeffguhin.com.

Who We Are

The Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture is an interdisciplinary research center and intellectual community at the University of Virginia committed to understanding contemporary cultural change and its individual and social consequences, training young scholars, and providing intellectual leadership in service to the public good.

Newsletter Signup

First Name Last Name Email Address
   

follow Us . . .RSS FeedLinked InTwitter