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Cemil Aydin

Cemil Aydin is assistant professor of history, at University of North Carolina, Charlotte.  He was a post-doctoral Fellow at Princeton University, Near Eastern Studies Department in 2007-08. Recent publications include "Beyond Eurocentrism? Japan's Islamic Studies during the Era of the Greater East Asia War (1937-1945)," in Renee Worringer, ed., Princeton Papers: Interdisciplinary Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, Volume XIV: The Islamic Middle East and Japan: Perceptions, Aspirations, and the Birth of Intra-Asian Modernity, January 2007.

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