Samuel Scurry is a PhD candidate in History, specializing in the Modern Middle East. His focus is on modern Islamic political thought and the intersection of intellectual discourse, popular religion, and the development of political and social identities in the Arab world in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Ph.D., History, University of Arkansas (in progress)
M.A., History, Clemson University
B.A., History and German, Clemson University
A.A., Modern Standard Arabic, Defense Language Institute