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Danielle Ross

Danielle Ross

Department of History

Assistant Professor - Islam, Central Asia, South Asia, Middle East, Colonialism, Revolution

Contact Information

Go to Office LocationOffice Location: Old Main 323I

CallPhone: 435-797-3791
Send an EmailEmail: danielle.ross@usu.edu

Danielle Ross, Assistant Professor of History at Utah State University, works on Islam in Russia and Central Asia.  She has published a number of articles on Islamic education and Russian Muslim participation in the First World War.  She has lived, worked and researched in Russia and Kazakhstan.  Her current project focuses on the connections between Russian imperial and economic expansion and Islamic religious revival in the Volga River Basin, the Ural and the Kirghiz Steppe from the early 1700s to the early 1900s.

 

Teaching Interests: Islam, Central Asia, South Asia, Middle East, Colonialism, Revolution

 

Research Interests: Islamic Law, Education Popular Religious Movements, Imperial and Colonial Institutions, Russian-Chinese-Central Asian Trade

 

Education:

Ph.D. - University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2011

M.A.- University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2007

B.A. – Arizona State University, 2003