Luke Yarbrough recently submitted his dissertation to the Department of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University. The dissertation examines the phenomenon of non-Muslims serving in Muslim governments in the Middle Ages. He authored “‘Upholding God’s Rule: Early Muslim Juristic Opposition to the State Employment of non-Muslims” (2012). At the Center, Yarbrough works on a critical edition of a thirteenth-century text in Arabic written by the Ayyubid administrator and qadi ‘Uthman b. Ibrahim al-Nabulusi.


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Luke Yarbrough (2012-2013)