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Katherine P. Ewing, Associate Professor, Cultural Anthropology, and Chair, Arts and Sciences Council

Katherine P. Ewing
Contact Info:
Office Location:  102 Social Sciences
Office Phone:  +1 919 684 5170
Email Address: send me a message


Ph.D.University of Chicago1980
M.A.Boston University1973
B.A.Tufts University1971

Religious Movements
Psychological Anthropology
Middle East
South Asia
Research Interests: Religious movements, Islam, migration, masculinity, Pakistan, Turkey, Europe

Current projects: Islamist movements in Europe, Diasporic Turks and German Media


Islam • diasporic Muslims

Current Ph.D. Students   (Former Students)

  • Attiya Ahmad  
  • Attiya Ahmad  
  • Jack Friedman  
  • Clare Talwalker  
Representative Publications   (More Publications)

  1. Ewing, KP, Stolen Honor: Stigmatizing Muslim Men in Berlin (January, 2008), Stanford University Press
  2. Ewing, KP, Between cinema and social work: Diasporic Turkish women and the (dis)pleasures of hybridity, Cultural Anthropology, vol. 21 no. 2 (May, 2006), pp. 265-294, WILEY, ISSN 0886-7356 [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  3. Ewing, KP, Revealing and Concealing: Interpersonal Dynamics and the Negotiation of Identity, with comments by Dorinne Kondo and Sidney Mintz, and author response., Ethos, vol. 34 no. 1 (February, 2006), pp. 89-131  [abs]
  4. Ewing, KP, Arguing Sainthood: Islam, Modernity and Psychoanalysis (1997), Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press