Michael A. Reynolds - an FPRI Senior Fellow - is an Associate Professor in Princeton’s Department of Near Eastern Studies where he teaches courses on modern Middle Eastern and Eurasian history, comparative empire, military and ethnic conflict, and secularism. He is author of Shattering Empires: The Clash and Collapse of the Ottoman and Russian Empires, 1908-1918 (Cambridge University Press, 2011), co-winner of the 2011 American Historical Association’s George Louis Beer Prize, a Choice outstanding title, and a Financial Times book of the summer. In addition to his historical research on the Ottoman and Russian empires and their successor states, Reynolds works on contemporary issues related to Turkey, the Kurds, Azerbaijan, and the North Caucasus. Reynolds has held fellowships and grants from the Smith Richardson Foundation, Harvard University's Olin Institute for Strategic Studies, Fulbright IIE, American Research Institute in Turkey, IREX, and NCEER and others. He holds a PhD in Near Eastern Studies from Princeton, an MA in Political Science from Columbia, and a BA in Government and Slavic Languages from Harvard.
Dr. Michael A. Reynolds
Department of Near Eastern Studies
105 Jones Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544
- Teaching The Middle East: Between Authoritarianism and Reform · October 15, 2011