Tanvir Ahmed holds a BA in International Affairs from the George Washington University (2014), with a focus in Middle Eastern Studies, and a PhD in Religious Studies from Brown University (2021), specializing in Islam, Society and Culture. His dissertation explores sociopolitical dissent in Central Asia and Iran between the thirteenth and sixteenth centuries C.E. At the moment, he is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Institute for Iranian Studies, attached to the Nomads’ Manuscripts Landscape project.
- Critical historiography
- Sociopolitical dissent