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Philip Hoffman



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Email    phoffman1@g.ucla.edu
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Philip Hoffman is a third-year PhD student, researching the framing of land reform in twentieth-century Syria. Before coming to UCLA, he worked as a researcher in support of humanitarian aid programs in Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq. 

Field of Study

Middle East

Subfield

Modern Middle East (20th Century Syria)

Publications

"Skewed Recovery: Minority Assistance Programs to Iraq in Historical Perspective", Luskin Center for History and Policy, June 2021.

"The Syrian Political Opposition's Path to Irrelevance", Carnegie Middle East Center, May 2020.

Grants and Awards

Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS)- Turkish Language Award

Fulbright Fellowship, Amman, Jordan

Advisors

James Gelvin

Degrees

MA, History, University of California, Los Angeles

BA, Middle Eastern Studies and Arabic Language, Tufts University