Dr. Nader Sohrabi
Areas of interest
- Ottoman history
- Iranian history
- comparative/historical sociology
- sociology of culture
- sociological and anthropological theory
- social movements
- political sociology
Leibniz Fellow, Leipzig University (Germany)
Visiting Professor, Center of Global History, Department of History, Free University Berlin (Germany)
Fellow, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen, (Germany)
Faculty Affiliate, Buffett Institute for Global Studies, Northwestern University, Evanston (USA)
Member, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University (USA)
Visiting Assistant Professor, Carleton College, Northfield (USA)
Senior Lecturer, University of Chicago (USA)
Research Professor in Ottoman/Turkish Studies, Department of History, University of Utah (USA)
Associate Research Scholar, Middle East Institute, Columbia University, New York City (USA)
Assisstant Professor, MESAAS (former MEALAC), Columbia University, New York City (USA)
Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies (USA)
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, University of Iowa (USA)
Ph.D., Sociology, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago (USA)
Sohrabi, Nader. Revolution and Constitutionalism in the Ottoman Empire and Iran. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011.
Sohrabi, Nader. "Historicizing Revolutions: Constitutional Revolutions in the Ottoman Empire, Iran and Russia, 1905-1908," in American Journal of Sociology 100/6 (1995): 1383-1447.
Sohrabi, Nader. "Revolution and State Culture: The Circle of Justice and Constitutionalism in 1906 Iran," in State/Culture: State-Formation after the Cultural Turn. Edited by G. Steinmetz, 253-288. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. 1999.
Sohrabi, Nader. "Global Waves, Local Actors: What the Young Turks Knew About Other Revolutions and Why it Mattered," in Comparative Studies in Society and History 44/1 (2002): 45-79.
Sohrabi, Nader. "Revolutions as Pathway to Modernity," in Remaking Modernity: Politics, History, and Sociology. Edited by J. Adams, E. S. Clemens, A. S. Dorloff, 300-329. Durham: Duke University Press. 2005.
Sohrabi, Nader. "Illiberal Constitutionalism: The CUP as a Clandestine Network and the Purges," in L'ivresse de la liberté. Edited by F. Georgon. Louvain: Peeters. 2012.
Sohrabi, Nader. "State Building in the Ottoman Empire and Iran," in Oxford Contemporary Middle East and North Africa Handbook. Edited by J. Hanssen, and A. Ghazal. New York: Oxford University Press. (Forthcoming)
Sohrabi, Nader. "Reluctant Nationalists, Imperial Nation State and Neo-Ottomanism: Antinomies of the End of Empire" in Social Science History Journal. (Forthcoming)