News

JULY 1, 2015
Project Moves to Princeton

The NEH and ACLS funded project Documents and Institutions in the Medieval Middle East (DIMME) has a new institutional home at Princeton University. Principal Collaborators Eve Krakowski and Marina Rustow have been appointed to Princeton’s Department of Near Eastern Studies, and Craig Perry will become a postdoctoral researcher in the department.


MARCH 1, 2015
New Postdoctoral Appointment

Tamer el-Leithy will serve as a postdoctoral researcher on the National Endowment for the Humanities–funded project Documents and Institutions in the Medieval Middle East (DIMME) through June 30, 2015.


AUGUST 17, 2014
Rustow Awarded National Endowment for Humanities Collaborative Fellowship for Project on Documents and Institutions in the Medieval Middle East

Documents and Institutions in the Medieval Middle East (DIMME) has been awarded a Collaborative Research Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities (2014-2017). Principal Investigator: Marina Rustow. Principal Collaborators: Eve Krakowski and Craig Perry.


FEBRUARY 12, 2014
Krakowski and Rustow Awarded ACLS Collaborative Fellowship for Project on Documents and Institutions in the Medieval Middle East

Documents and Institutions in the Medieval Middle East (DIMME) has been awarded a Collaborative Research Fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies (2015-2017). Principal Investigators: Eve Krakowski and Marina Rustow.


SEPTEMBER 1, 2000
Scholars at Work in The Library : Mark Cohen Reuniting Fragments of Genizah Manuscripts Jewish Theological Seminary, Between the Lines, Vol. 13 No. 2 (Fall 2000)

FEBRUARY 14, 2000
Princeton Joins Global Geniza Project , Princeton Weekly Bulletin, February 14, 2000, Vol. 89, No. 16