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Ph.D., Harvard University
Teaching and Research Interests
A native of Québec, Canada, Nicolas Trépanier holds a B.A. (Middle Eastern Studies/Political science) and an M.A. (Islamic Studies) from McGill University, as well as a Ph.D. (Middle Eastern Studies/History) from Harvard University. His doctoral dissertation, entitled Food as a Window into Daily Life in Fourteenth Century Central Anatolia, explores the daily experiences of the ordinary folk through the various parts that food played in those lives –from agricultural production to religious fasting, and from commercial exchanges to meal schedules. He has been a member of the Department of History at the University of Mississippi since August 2009.