Fellows
Fellows
national medal of science
american academy of arts and sciences
national humanities medal
nobel prize
presidential medal of freedom
Camille Pecastaing
contributor to the working group on islamism and the international order

Camille Pecastaing is a senior associate professor of Middle East studies at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University. A student of behavioral sciences and historical sociology, his research focuses on the cognitive and emotive foundations of xenophobic political cultures and ethnoreligious violence, using the Muslim world and its European and Asian peripheries as a case study. He has written on political Islam, Islamist terrorism, social change, and globalization. Pecastaing’s latest publication is Jihad in the Arabian Sea.

Last updated on July 20, 2011