Dr. Morgan Clarke: Curriculum Vitae and Publications

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

 

2011- present    University Lecturer in Social Anthropology and Tutorial Fellow at Keble College, University of Oxford.

2009-2011         Simon Research Fellow, Department of Middle Eastern Studies, University of Manchester.

2006-2009         British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge.

2006                  DPhil (Social Anthropology), University of Oxford.

 

PUBLICATIONS
 
Books

2009   Islam and new kinship: reproductive technology and the shariah in Lebanon. Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books.

Articles

2014   Cough sweets and angels: the ordinary ethics of the extraordinary in Sufi practice in Lebanon. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 20(3): 407-425.

2013   Integrity and commitment in the anthropology of Islam. In Articulating Islam: anthropological approaches to Muslim worlds (eds.) M. Marsden and K. Retsikas. New York: Springer.

2012   Islamic bioethics and religious politics in Lebanon. In Islam and assisted reproductive technologies: Sunni and Shia perspectives (eds.) M. Inhorn and S. Tremayne. Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books.

2012   The judge as tragic hero: judicial ethics in Lebanon’s shari‘a courts. American Ethnologist 39(1): 106-121.

2011   (Co-authored with Marcia Inhorn.) Mutuality and immediacy between marja‘ and muqallid: evidence from male IVF patients in Shi‘i Lebanon. International Journal of Middle East Studies 43(3): 409-427.

2011   Science and social change. In A Companion to Muslim cultures (ed.) A. Sajoo. London: I.B. Tauris.

2010   Neo-calligraphy: religious authority and media technology in Contemporary Shiite Islam. Comparative Studies in Society and History 52(2): 351-383.

2008   New kinship, Islam and the liberal tradition: sexual morality and new reproductive technology in Lebanon. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 14(1): 153-169.

2008   Sjiitische perspectieven op nieuwe voortplantingstechnologieën. In Een keuze uit 10 jaar ISIM Review, 80-85. Leiden: The International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World (Dutch translation of ‘Shiite perspectives on kinship and new reproductive technology’).

2008   Children of the revolution: Ayatollah Khamene’i’s ‘liberal’ views on in vitro fertilisation. In Iranian intellectuals: 1997-2007 (ed.) L. Ridgeon, 27-43. London: Routledge (reprint of BJMES article below).

2007   The modernity of milk kinship. Social Anthropology 15(3): 1-18.

2007   Closeness in the age of mechanical reproduction: debating kinship and biomedicine in Lebanon and the Middle East. Anthropological Quarterly 80(2): 379-402.

2007   Children of the revolution: Ayatollah Khamene’i’s ‘liberal’ views on in vitro fertilisation. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 34(3): 287-303.

2007   Kinship, propriety and assisted reproduction in the Middle East. Anthropology of the Middle East 2(1): 71-91.

2006   Islam, kinship, and new reproductive technology. Anthropology Today 22(5): 17-20.

2006   Shiite perspectives on kinship and new reproductive technology. Review of the International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World 17: 26-7.

 

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