Mohammed A. Bamyeh Elected President of Arab Council for the Social Sciences

Bemyeh smiling

Mohammed A. Bamyeh, professor of sociology, was elected chairperson of the board of trustees of the Arab Council for the Social Sciences (ACSS) during its fourth conference this April. From its headquarters in Beirut, Lebanon, the council oversees the largest and most active social science network in the Arab region. It has supported hundreds of social science researchers in 22 Arab countries and among diaspora communities of scholars, through fellowships and grant programs.

Bamyeh has been at Pitt since 2007. His work focuses on comparative social and political theory and globalization, revolutions and social movements, Islamic studies, culture, religion and secularism.