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Bulliet is a professor of history at Columbia University who specializes in the history of Islamic society and institutions, the history of technologyand the history of the role of animals in human society.
Early life and education Bulliet grew up in Illinois. He attended Harvardfrom which he received a B. He is the grandson of Clarence Joseph "C. Work Several of his books focus on Iran but deal also with the larger Muslim world, including The Patricians of Nishapur: An Essay in Quantitative Historyand Islam: His books on a broader view of Islamic history and society include Under Siege: His book The Camel and the Wheel brings together his interest in the histories of technology, animal domestication, and the Middle Eastdealing for example with the significant military advantage early Muslim armies gained from a slight improvement in the design of cloth camel saddles.
He would return to the history of animal domestication with his Hunters, Herders, and Hamburgers: A Global History co-author, He has also written several novels which draw on his knowledge of international politics and the Middle East, and is a promoter of the validity of comics as an art form.
Bulliet's scholarship is known for innovative use of historical evidence and for radical questioning of the assumed roles that technologyreligionpolitics and animal domestication play in human society.
Like any outspoken scholar of a subject as controversial as the Middle EastBulliet has drawn fire from various sides in various continuing debates: Bollinger credits Bulliet with the idea for inviting Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to speak on campus on September 24, The engagement was highly controversial.Free Essay: The Importance of Honor in Richard II The tension-charged exchange between Bolingbroke and Mowbray in the first scenes of Richard II provides.
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Bulliet, New York: Columbia U.P., p. Several of his books focus on Iran but deal also with the larger Muslim world, including The Patricians of Nishapur: a Study in Medieval Islamic History (), Conversion to Islam in the Medieval Period: An Essay in Quantitative History (), and Islam: the View from the Edge ().
Richard W. Bulliet Center for Middle East Studies Prior to teaching at Columbia. In Columbia University Press published Views from the Edge: Essays in Honor of Richard W.
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He has also served as editor of The Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East () and The Columbia History of the 20th Century ().
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