Thaer AlSheikh Theeb
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Thaer AlSheikh Theeb is a doctoral candidate at the Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies. His research asks how class and capital may be retheorized as performative effects in the context of the colonization of southeastern Syria in the late Ottoman era and the subsequent British colonization, and establishment, of (Trans)Jordan. Related areas of interest include premodern moral cosmologies, the relationship between technologies of colonization and technologies of capitalization, economic theology, and the multiple modalities of ideology’s material existence.

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