Curriculum Vita Daniel Brumberg Department of Government Georgetown University



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Curriculum Vita

Daniel Brumberg

Department of Government

Georgetown University

Washington D.C. 20057

Phone: (202) 939-2277

brumberg@.georgetown.edu

www.georgetown.edu/faculty/brumberg/


Current and Most Recent Positions and Title
Associate Professor with Tenure

Department of Government, Georgetown University 2001-Until Present


Director, Democracy Studies Program,

Georgetown University June 2006-Present


Special Advisor, United States Institute of Peace

Muslim World Initiative January, 2005-Present


Special Advisor, United States Institute of Peace January 2005
Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace,

Washington DC 2002-2004


Assistant Professor, Department of Government

Georgetown University, Washington D.C Fall 1993-2001


Visiting Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 2002/3
Visiting Scholar, Institut d’ études Politiques, Paris October 2003 and

May 2004


Visiting Fellow, International Forum for Democratic Studies,

Washington DC Winter/Spring 1997


Visiting Associate Professor, San Martin University,

Buenos Aires August, 2002


Visiting Assistant Professor, Latin American Faculty of Social

Sciences (FLACSO), Mexico City. July, 1995


Education:
Ph.D. The University of Chicago 1991
M.A. The University of Chicago 1981
B.A. Indiana University, Bloomington

(Political Science, French with honors) 1978


Visiting Student, Hebrew University 1979/80
Visiting Student, Cairo University, Egypt Department of

Economics and Political Science 1985-1986


International Language Institute, Cairo Advanced

Arabic Studies 1985


Visiting Student, Hebrew University, Jerusalem 1979-1980
Junior Year Abroad, Univ. of Strasbourg, Faculty of

Law & Political Science 1976-1977


Previous Academic Positions:
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of

Political Science, Emory University 1991-1993


Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Business,

Emory University Winter, 1993


Middle East Fellow, The Carter Center 1991-1992
Research Associate, Programs on African Governance

and Human Rights, The Carter Center of Emory University,

Atlanta, Georgia. 1993
Senior Fellow, Institute for the Advanced Study

of Religion, The University of Chicago 1990-1991


Lecturer, Dept. of Political Science, University of Chicago Spring 1991
Teaching Fellow, Council for Advanced Studies on Peace and

and International Cooperation, The University of Chicago Winter 1991


Teaching Associate, Graduate School of Business,

The University of Chicago ` Fall 1990


Lecturer, Department of Political Science, The University of

Chicago Winter 1990



Fellowships and Honors:
MacArthur Foundation Research Award Spring, 2002
Senior Fellow, United States Institute for Peace,

Washington DC 1998/99


Social Science Research Council Field Research Grant 1998/99
Earhart Foundation Research Grant 1997/98
Visiting Fellow, International Forum on Democratic

Studies, Washington DC 1997


Mellon Junior Faculty Fellowship

Georgetown University 1996


Morton Grodzins Lectureship Prize, The University

of Chicago, Department of Political Science 1989


Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, Social Science

Research Council 1987-1988


Stadleman Overseas Studies Award, The University of Chicago 1985-1986
William Jennings Bryan Award, Indiana University,

Department of Political Science 1978


Languages: Arabic, French and Hebrew
Publications: Books and Monographs
Moyen Orient: L’Enjeu Democratique (Paris: Editions Michalon, 2003).
Islam and Democracy in the Middle East, with Larry Diamond and Marc Plattner, eds., (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press: 2003).


Reinventing Khomeini: The Struggle for Reform In Iran
(Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001)
Diversity and the Challenge of Difference, {in Arabic}. Editor, (London and Beirut: Dar Al Saqi Press: 1997).
“Liberalization Versus Democracy: Understanding Arab Political Reform,” Working Papers, Middle East Series (Washington DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.”
"Khomeini, The Islamic Republic of Iran, and the Arab World," with Marvin Zonis, Harvard Middle East Papers, No. 5, 1988.
Publications: Articles
“Islam is Not the Solution (Or the Problem)” Washington Quarterly, Winter 2006
“The Middle East’s Muffled Signals,” Foreign Policy Magazine, July/August 2003, 63-66.
“The Trap of Liberalized Autocracy,” Journal of Democracy, October, 2002.
“Dilemmas of Western Policies toward Iran,” The International Spectator, July-September 2002.
“Islamists and the Politics of Consensus,” Journal of Democracy, July 2002, Vol. 13, no. 3, 109-15.
“Prospects for Political Accommodation in Iran,” Middle East Insight (Fall 2001).
“Dissonant Politics in Iran and Indonesia,” Political Science Quarterly (Fall 2001)
“Is Iran Democratizing? A Comparativist’s Perspective,” Journal of Democracy, Volume ll, October2000, 129-34.
Publications in Edited Volumes:
"From Strategic Shock to Strategic Gain: Egypt's Role in the Gulf War" in Friends In Need: Burden-Sharing in the Gulf War, A. Bennett, J. Lepgold, D. Unger editors (St. Martin's Press: Summer 1997).
"Khomeini's Legacy" in Scott Appleby (ed.), Spokesmen of the Despised: Fundamentalist Leaders in the Middle East (The University of Chicago Press: 1996).
"Rhetoric and Strategy: Islamic Movements and Democracy in the Contemporary Middle East" in The Islamism Debate, Martin Kramer, editor, (Tel Aviv: Moshe Dayan Center for Middle East Studies: Winter 1996).
"Comparative Reform Strategies in the Arab World” in Rex Brynen and Bahgat Korany, (eds.), Politica Liberalization and Democratization in the Arab World (Boulder: Lynne Rienner Press, 1995).
"Survival Strategies vs. Democratic Bargains: The Politics of Economic Stabilization in Contemporary Egypt," in Henri Barkey (ed.), Economic Crisis and Political Response: The Politics of Economic Reform in the Middle East, St. Martins Press, 1992.
"Islamic Fundamentalism, Democracy, and the Gulf Crisis, in James Piscatori (ed.), Islamic Fundamentalisms and the Gulf Crisis, Chicago, 1991.
"Interpreting Islam: Human Rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran," with Marvin Zonis, in Heshmat Moayyad (ed.), The Baha'i Faith and Islam, Proceedings of a Symposium on the Baha'i Faith and Islam, Association of Baha'i Studies, Ottawa, 1990.
"Ayatollah Khomeini's Ideology of Revolutionary Shi'ism," with Marvin Zonis, in Martin Kramer (ed.),Shi'ism: Resistance and Revolution, (Boulder and London), 1987.
Current Book Project:
“Islamists, Secularists and Power Sharing in the Islamic World.” Funded by a grant from the MacArthur Foundation, this study seeks to explain the factors that promote or hinder informal or explicit power-sharing pacts in Islamic polities. Based on field research in Algeria, Kuwait and Indonesia, the study highlights how different patterns of state building create ideological and institutional fields that promote or discourage elite bargaining in autocracies divided by contending notions of political authority.
Conference Papers:
“The New Islamism: Dissonance, Departures, Dilemmas,” Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy, Second Annual Conference, April 7, 2001, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.”
“President Khatami’s Vision of ‘Civilizations’ and Human Rights: A Critical Assessment,” The International Conference on Human Rights and the Dialogue of Civilizations,” Mufid University, May5-6, 2001, Tehran, Iran.
“Political Liberalization in Iran,” An Assessment of the Iranian Presidential Elections, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, June 26, Washington D.C.
“Iran’s Reformists: Roots, Rights and Reach,” The Iranian Presidential Elections and Its Implication for U.S.-Iran Relations,” American Iran Council Roundtable, June 27, 2001, Longworth Office Building,
The United States Congress, Washington D.C. 20015.Remapping Revolutionary Charisma,” The International Congress on Elucidation of the Islamic Revolution’s Program, (The Institution for the Compilation and Republication of Imam Khomeini’s Works: Tehran) October 2-4, 1999.
“Islamists and Power Sharing: A Comparative Inquiry, A Comparative Assessment of Middle East and
South East Asian Cases,” Project Report, United States Institute of Peace, (Washington DC: July 1999).Islam and State in Saudi Arabia: An Impossible Alliance?” Presented at the Seminar: Social, Cultural and Religious Factors Affecting Oil Supplies From the Middle East Center for International Political Economy and the James Baker III Institute for Public Policy (Houston: Rice University, April 1997).
“Pact With the Devil? Islamists and Power Sharing in Comparative Perspective,” Conference on Political
Reform in the Maghreb, Centro Espanol des Relacionnes Internacionales, Madrid, December 12-13, 1997
"Islamic Ideologies and the Phenomenon of `Tactical Modernism'" Paper Presented at the Conference, Political Islam, Alliances and Change in the Middle East, (The Dayan Center, Tel Aviv University, March 31-April 1, 1996.)
"Some Thoughts on Fundamentalist Utopias and the Question of Democratic Transitions" A Paper Presented at the Conference: Regime Change and Democratization in Comparative Perspective, African Studies Center, University of California, Los Angeles, May 19-21, 1994."
"The Political Determinants of Economic Reform: A Comparative Perspective," Conference on Political Liberalization and Democratization in the Arab World, Inter-University Consortium for Arab Studies, McGill University, Montreal, May 7-8, 1993.
"The Comparative Study of Political Survival Strategies: Egypt and Algeria as Contrasting Cases," Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago: September 5,1992.
"Authoritarian Legacies and the Reconstitution of Civil Society in Egypt," paper presented to the Hoover Institution Project on Economy, Society, and Democracy, Washington, D.C., May 6-10, 1992.
"Islam and Democracy: A Complex Encounter," a study written for the United States Agency for International Development, Washington D.C., March 1992.
"The Collapse of the `Ruling Bargain' and Its Consequences in the Arab World," seminar on the Prospects for Democratization in the Arab World, Johns-Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute, School for Advanced International Studies, Washington, D.C., January 1992.
"The Prospects for a Democratic Bargain in the Middle East: A Discussion Paper," National Endowment for Democracy Seminar on the Middle East, Washington, D.C., April 1991.
"Liberal Marxism in Contemporary Egypt," with Gehad Auda, Senior Fellow, Al-Ahram Center, Cairo, Middle East Studies Association Conference, Baltimore, November 1987.

Administration and Professional Experience:
Chairman, Foundation on Democratization and Political Change in the Middle East, 1992-present (Funding Raising, Conference Organization, Publications)
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Democracy, 1992-present
Member, Editorial Board, Political Science and Politics, 2003
Program Chair, Comparative Democratization Section, American Political Science Association, 2003/4.
Director: Comparative Politics Section, Department of Government, Georgetown University 2002-03, 04
Member, Executive Board, Program for Jewish Civilization, Georgetown University 2003
Consultant, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, The Fundamentalism Project, (1989-1991).
Consultant, U.S. Agency for International Development, Washington, D.C.: (1989-1990).








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