Jameel Haque, Associate Professor | Director, Kessel Peace Institute | Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Coordinator

Address: 110D Armstrong Hall
Phone: 507-389-5315
Email: jameel.haque@mnsu.edu


Jameel Haque specializes in the History of the Modern Middle East. His teaching and research focuses on global connections via trade, diplomacy and migration; and  Islamophobia and how it is created and reinforced throughout the educational process in the US.


  • Ph.D., M.Phil, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York

Fields of Study

  • Modern Middle East
  • Ottoman Empire
  • Imperialism
  • Global History
  • Islamic Civilizations

Courses taught

  • History 170: Ancient World Civilization
  • History 302:  World History:  An Overview
  • History 402/502: Foundations of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
  • History 432/532:  Modern Middle East

Representative Publication

  • “The ‘Frame’ at Adab: American Archaeological Misbehavior in Late Ottoman Iraq (1899-1905),” Anthropology of the Middle East (Forthcoming)
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