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Nassef Manabilang Adiong
University of the Philippines Diliman  Founder, Co-IRIS or International Relations and
 Assistant Professor (untenured), Institute of Islamic Studies Islamic Studies Research Cohort (https://coiris.net/)
 Faculty Affiliate, Center for International Studies  Founder, PHISO or Philippine International Studies
 Project Leader, Decolonial Studies Program, Center for Organization (https://phiso.org/)
Integrative and Development Studies (UP-CIDS DSP)  Professorial Lecturer, Department of International
contact@nassef.info nmadiong@up.edu.ph Studies, Miriam College (MC)
Romulo Hall, F. Ma. Guerrero Street, University of the
https://nassef.info/ +63.915.806.3184
Philippines Diliman, Quezon City, 1101 Philippines

Research and teaching interests: Theoretical research between Islam and International Relations, Muslim governance
in the Philippines, and political interaction of Muslim societies with Western modernity.

Current Academic and Professional Positions
 Editor, International Studies in the Philippines series (in progress)
 Editor, Global South Journal of International Studies (in progress)
 Project Leader, Decolonizing Religion Project, UP-CIDS DSP (January 2019–present)
 Chevening fellow, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, UK (October 2018–March 2019)
 Editor, Islam in the Philippines series (DLSU Publishing House, September 2018–present)
 Professorial Lecturer of International Studies, Miriam College, Quezon City, Philippines (August 2018–present)
 Editor, Islam and Global Studies series (Palgrave Macmillan, August 2018–present)
 Chair of Governance & Policy Committee, Multi-Sector Advisory Group, Armed Forces of the Philippines’
(AFP) Civil Relations Service (August 2018–July 2020)
 Editor, International Journal of Islam in Asia (Brill Publishers, July 2018–present)
 At-Large Asia Representative, Global South Caucus of International Studies, International Studies Association
(ISA), USA (April 2018–March 2020)
 Editor, Islam in Southeast Asia series (Palgrave Macmillan, April 2018–present)
 Committee Member on the Status of Representation and Diversity, ISA (April 2018–April 2021)
 Associate Editor, Mathal: A Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Multidisciplinary Studies (The University
of Iowa, January 2018–present)
 Assistant Professor (tenure-track position up to July 2020), Institute of Islamic Studies, University of the
Philippines Diliman (UP-IIS) (September 2017–present)
 Editor, International Relations in Southeast Asia series (Routledge, August 2017–present)
 Affiliate faculty member, UP Center for International Studies (January 2017–present)
 Editor, Islam and International Relations series (Gerlach Press, July 2016–present)
 Founder, Philippine International Studies Organization (September 22, 2015–present)
 Founder, International Relations and Islamic Studies Research Cohort (December 29, 2012–present)

Previous Academic and Professional Positions
 Professorial Chairholder in Political Science and International Relations, Polytechnic University of the
Philippines (PUP Manila) (December 11, 2017–December 10, 2018)
 Co-Convenor, UP-CIDS Islamic Studies Program (January–December 2018)
 Senior Lecturer, UP-IIS (January–September 2017)
 Associate Professorial Lecturer of International Relations, PUP Manila (November 2016–March 2018)
 Professorial Lecturer of International Studies, Far Eastern University, Manila (August 2016–May 2017)

Education
 PhD in International Relations, Middle East Technical University (Ankara, Turkey), March 26, 2016
 Master in International Studies, University of the Philippines Diliman, November 02, 2009
 BA in International Studies, University of the East (Manila, Philippines), November 29, 2006
 High School and Elementary, Trinity College of Quezon City (Philippines), April 04, 2003

Publications: Peer reviewed Books and Edited Volumes
1. (In Progress) Bangsamoro (edited volume project)
2. (In Progress) 21st Century World (a local textbook co-edited with Frances Antoinette C. Cruz, John Harvey D.
Gamas, Archill Niña Faller-Capistrano, and Lorna Q. Israel)
3. (In Progress) International Studies in the Philippines: Mapping New Frontiers in Theory and Practice (co-edited
volume project with Frances Antoinette C. Cruz and to be published by Routledge)
4. (2018) Islam in International Relations: Politics and Paradigms (co-edited with Raffaele Mauriello and Deina
Abdelkader); London, UK: Routledge.

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5. (2016) Islam and International Relations: Contributions to Theory and Practice (co-edited with Deina
Abdelkader and Raffaele Mauriello) London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
6. (2013) International Relations and Islam: Diverse Perspectives. Edited. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge
Scholars Publishing.

Publications: Peer reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters
1. (In Progress) “Salafiyyah in the Philippines,” Oxford Islamic Studies Online (Oxford University Press)
2. (In Progress) “Muslim views of the International,” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies
(Oxford University Press).
3. (2019) “Muslims, Islam and Globalisation.” In: Woodward M., Lukens-Bull R. (eds) Handbook of
Contemporary Islam and Muslim Lives. Springer, Cham.
4. (2018) with Raffaele Mauriello and Deina Abdelkader. “Analyzing and Theorizing about Islam and IR: Non-
Western International Relations and Geocultural Epistemologies.” In Nassef Manabilang Adiong, Raffaele
Mauriello, and Deina Abdelkader, eds., Islam in International Relations: Politics and Paradigms. London, UK:
Routledge.
5. (2016) “Contemporary Muslim Insights on Muslim Governance and International Relations.” In Deina
Abdelkader, Nassef Manabilang Adiong, and Raffaele Mauriello, eds., Islam and International Relations:
Contributions to Theory and Practice. Hampshire, UK and New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 155-164.
6. (2015) “Is there an Islamic Nation-State,” Islamic Perspective Journal, Vol. 14, pp. 1-18.
7. (2013) “Nation-State in IR and Islam,” Journal of Islamic State Practices in International Law, Volume 9, Issue
1, pp. 102-120.
8. (2013) “International Relations and Islam.” In Nassef Adiong (ed.), International Relations and Islam: Diverse
Perspectives. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 1-8.
9. (2013) “Accommodating Islam into IR: The Case on ‘Nation-State’.” In Nassef M. Adiong (ed.), International
Relations and Islam: Diverse Perspectives. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 139-144.
10. (2012) “The U.S. and Israel Securitization of Iran’s Nuclear Energy,” The Quarterly Journal of Political Studies
of Islamic World, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 95-113.
11. (2012) “Ideology that Spawns Islamist Militancy.” In Frank Shanty (ed.), Counterterrorism: From the Cold War
to the War on Terror. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, pp. 253-258.
12. (2009) “The Palestinian Refugee Question: A Constitutive Constructivist Interpretation,” Alternatives: Turkish
Journal of International Relations, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 45-61.

Publications: Peer reviewed Encyclopedic and Reference entries
1. (In Progress) Book review on “Questioning Modernity in Indonesia and Malaysia” edited by Wendy Mee and
Joel S. Kahn, Insight Turkey
2. (2017) “Civilization.” In Cenap Cakmak (ed.), Islam: A Worldwide Encyclopedia, Volume 1. Santa Barbara,
CA: ABC-CLIO, pp. 297-302.
3. (2017) “Nation.” In Cenap Cakmak (ed.), Islam: A Worldwide Encyclopedia, Volume 3. Santa Barbara, CA:
ABC-CLIO, pp. 1157-1159.
4. (2016) “International Relations.” The Encyclopedia of Postcolonial Studies. In Ray, Sangeeta, Henry Schwarz,
José Luis Villacañas Berlanga, Alberto Moreiras and April Shemak (eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia
of Postcolonial Studies. Hoboken, NJ: Blackwell Publishing (Blackwell Reference Online).
5. (2014) “Nation-State.” In Coeli Fitzpatrick and Adam Hani Walker (eds.), Muhammad in History, Thought, and
Culture: An Encyclopedia of the Prophet of God. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, pp. 417-420.
6. (2012) “Nationalism: 1920 to present: Middle East.” In A. Stanton, E. Ramsamy, P. Seybolt, and C. Elliott
(eds.), Cultural Sociology of the Middle East, Asia, and Africa: An Encyclopedia. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE
Publications, Inc., pp. I319-I321.
7. (2012) “Qatar: 1920 to present: Middle East.” In A. Stanton, E. Ramsamy, P. Seybolt, and C. Elliott
(eds.), Cultural Sociology of the Middle East, Asia, and Africa: An Encyclopedia. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE
Publications, Inc., pp. I334-I335.
8. (2012) “Suez Canal: 1250 to 1920: Middle East.” In A. Stanton, E. Ramsamy, P. Seybolt, and C. Elliott (eds.),
Cultural Sociology of the Middle East, Asia, and Africa: An Encyclopedia. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE
Publications, Inc., pp. I215-I217.

Publications: Web-based Publications (not peer reviewed)
1. (2018) Discussion paper on “Muslim views of the International” and published by UP-CIDS on November 13.
2. (2018) Discussion paper on “Islam as a Religion,” which is convertible to Lecture-Structured Learning Exercises
(SLEs) for the Security Reform Initiative or SRI’s training module.
3. (2016) Religion, International Relations, and ‘Philippine IR’. SEARC (Southeast Asia Research Centre)
Working Papers no. 180, July, City University of Hong Kong.
4. (2016) Muslim Agents of Statecrafting a Civilization. CreateSpace Independent Publishing.
5. (2015) “Gallipoli, humanity… Quo Vadis?” Turkey Agenda (www.turkeyagenda.com) on March 24, and Your
Middle East Foundation (www.yourmiddleeast.com) on April 29.

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6. (2013) “Contemplating the Relations between International Relations and Islam” in Encompassing Crescent,
available at http://encompassingcrescent.com/opinioneditorials/
7. (2011) “The Probability of Humanitarian Intervention as Framework for Human Security” distributed in Law
and Society: International and Comparative Law eJournal, Vol. 6, No. 130 (October 26) and in Conflict Studies
eJournal, Vol. 5, Issue 119 (November).
8. (2011) “Analyzing Ibn Khaldun’s General Sociology.” SSRN (Oct. 02)
9. (2011) Book Review on “Khaled Abou El Fadl's the Great Theft: Wrestling Islam from the Extremists.” Social
Science Research Network (October 02)
10. (2011) Book Review of “Mary Kaldor's Human Security: Reflections on Globalization and Intervention.” Social
Science Research Network (October 02)
11. (2011) “The Quest for Pan-Islamic Civilization: Crisis and Prospects for a Muslim Ummah Under a Rightly
Guided and Ordained Caliphate.” Social Science Research Network (Oct. 2)
12. (2011) “Finding Basic Comparison(s) between Islamism and Zionism.” SSRN (Oct. 01)
13. (2011) “Great Debate of the Two Intellectual Giants in Middle Eastern Studies of Postcolonial Era: Comparative
Study on the Schemata of Edward Said & Bernard Lewis.” SSRN (Oct. 01)
14. (2009) “Securitization: Understanding its Process in the field of International Relations.” GRIN Publishing
GmbH, München, Germany (March).
15. (2008) “The Historical Emergence of the Main Forms of Actors in the Middle East and North Africa Regions.”
GRIN Publishing GmbH, München, Germany (December).
16. (2008) “Document Analysis of “A History of Medieval Islam” by J.J. Saunders.” GRIN Publishing GmbH,
München, Germany (November).
17. (2008) “The Foreign Policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran towards the Organization of Petroleum Exporting
Countries.” GRIN Publishing GmbH, München, Germany (October).
18. (2008) “United States of America’s Foreign Policy in the Security of Asia-Pacific Region.” GRIN Publishing
GmbH, München, Germany (September).
19. (2008) “United Kingdom’s Challenges in the European Monetary and Economic Union.” GRIN Publishing
GmbH, München, Germany (March).
20. (2007) “Relationship between Balik-Islam and full-fledged Muslims under the Auspices of Islamic Teachings
in Philippine Setting.” GRIN Publishing GmbH, Germany (April).
21. (2007) “After 9/11: A Troika of Perceptions of George Walker Bush, Colin Luther Powell and Donald Henry
Rumsfeld on the Creation of the USA Patriot Act of 2001.” GRIN Publishing GmbH, München, Germany
(March).

Research Projects
1. “Islamic theory of International Relations” funded via PhD Incentive Award granted by UP Diliman’s Office
of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Development (from June 2018 to May 2019; renewable until 2020).
2. “Decolonizing Religion” funded by UP CIDS Decolonial Studies Program (from January to December 2019)
3. “The Saudi orthodoxy in the Islamicate holons of Southeast Asia” (to be presented at the International
Conference of the Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies on May 2019
and to be submitted to the Suvannabhumi: Multidisciplinary Journal of Southeast Asian Studies)

Awards and Honors
1. (2018) The Outstanding Young Men and Women (TOYM) honoree in International Relations given by JCI
Philippines on Dec. 08. Received commendation from the Philippine Senate via Resolution 1012.
2. (2017) Conferred as Professorial Chairholder in Political Science and International Relations by the Board of
Regents, Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Manila City, Dec. 11).
3. (2017) Certificate of appreciation given by 3rd year undergraduate students of Political Science for excellent
teaching (PUP Mabini Campus, West-Room 220, October 19).
4. (2016) Plaque of Recognition from the Philippine Embassy in Ankara as the first outstanding Filipino PhD
holder and mentor of Filipino scholars and students in Turkey (June 02).
5. (2015) Special Award for the essay “Gallipoli, humanity… quo vadis?” given by the Islamic Conference Youth
Forum for Dialogue and Cooperation, Istanbul (April 27)
6. (2014) Nominated and endorsed by the Embassy of the Philippines in Turkey for the Republic of the Philippines’
Presidential Award for Filipino Individual Overseas, also known as Pamana ng Pilipino award (July 4)
7. (2014) Republic of Turkey’s Outstanding PhD Candidate Award, Ankara (June 18)
8. (2011) Graduate Courses Performance Award (Most Successful PhD student in International Relations), Middle
East Technical University (June 02)
9. (2011) Certificate of Merit as University Scholar, 2nd semester 2007-08, UP Diliman (January 11)
10. (2009) Certificate of Merit as College Scholar, 2nd semester 2008-09, UP Diliman (December 3)
11. (2009) Certificate of Merit as College Scholar, 1st semester 2008-09, UP Diliman (December 3)
12. (2007) Academic Excellence Award, 1st to 2nd semesters 2005-06, UE Manila (March 16)
13. (2007) Professional Eligibility conferred by virtue of Presidential Decree 907 (graduating as Magna cum Laude)
issued by the Philippine’s Civil Service Commission (January 5).

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14. (2006) Academic Excellence Award, 1st to 2nd semesters 2004-05, UE Manila (March 08)
15. (2006) Magna cum Laude recipient (with great distinction), UE Manila (November 29)

Fellowships and Grants
1. (2018-2019) Chevening Fellowship, Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, UK (October 2018–March 2019)
2. (2018-2019) PhD Incentive Award, UP Diliman (June 1, 2018–May 31, 2019)
3. (2018) UP Research Dissemination Grant for WOCMES (Seville, Spain, July 16–22).
4. (2017, declined) Travel grant & board and lodging; 1st International Academic Conference on Islam and Muslim
World (Markaz Knowledge City, Calicut, India, December 30–31)
5. (2017) Travel grant provided by the Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies in Asia (Institute of Asian Studies,
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, December 16–17)
6. (2017) Travel grant and hotel accommodation given by Ural Federal University (Russia, September 25–26)
7. (2017) Study of the United States Institutes (SUSI) scholarship on religious pluralism (Dialogue Institute,
Temple University, Pennsylvania, USA, June 24–August 05)
8. (2017) World International Studies Committee’s (WISC) exploratory workshop grant, travel grant, and
registration fee waiver (National Taiwan University, Taipei, March 31–April 3)
9. (2017) Commission on Higher Education’ conference grant, ISA annual convention (USA, February 22–25)
10. (2017) Travel grant provided by the ISA (New Orleans, USA, February 22–25)
11. (2016) Recipient of full travel bursary, 2-week stipend, and accommodation grant for the ASEAN Young
Scholars Workshop (Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 11–22)
12. (2016) Travel grant for the Bremen conference (Germany, March 15–18)
13. (2016) WISC workshop travel grant (New Delhi, India, January 11–14)
14. (2015) Global Minority Rights Summer School grant (Budapest, Hungary, July 19–25)
15. (2015) Recipient of travel, accommodation, and registration grants for the Summer School on Borders,
Borderthinking, Borderlands (Universität Bremen, Germany, May 15–26)
16. (2014-2015) Turkey’s Presidency for Turks Abroad & Related Communities (Success Scholarship Program)
17. (2014) Recipient of travel & accommodation grants provided by the UNILU Network of Transnational Doctoral
Research and the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law (University of Lucerne, Switzerland, November 14–15)
18. (2014) Travel and accommodation grantee for the 3rd Turk-Arab Youth Congress (Istanbul, October 24–27)
19. (2014) Accommodation grantee for the 2nd International ILEM Summer School (Istanbul, August 23–29)
20. (2014) Financial assistance for WOCMES (METU, Ankara, Turkey, August 18–22)
21. (2014) Travel grant given by International Political Science Association (Montreal, Canada, July 19–24)
22. (2014) Received symposium grant from the Project Southeast Asia and travel grant from Philippines’ National
Commission for Culture and the Arts (University of Oxford, UK, March 22–23)
23. (2014) Registration waiver for the 1st International Congress on Civilizations (Istanbul, January 17–19)
24. (2013) Accommodation grantee, Asian Political & International Studies Association (Ankara, October 25–26)
25. (2013) Accommodation grantee, 2nd EISA Exploratory Symposia (Rapallo, Italy, October 30–November 02)
26. (2013) Travel & accommodation grantee, 1st International ILEM Summer School (Istanbul, August 24–30)
27. (2013) International Conference’s grant (İzmir University of Economics, Turkey, April 14–15)
28. (2013) Conference fee waiver for the Midwest Political Science Association (Chicago, Illinois, April 11–14)
29. (2012-2013) Middle East Technical University’s PhD tuition waiver, Ankara
30. (2012-2016, discontinued) PhD scholarship, Alliance of Civilizations Institute, FSMVU, Istanbul
31. (2012) Conference full bursary provided by Mardin Artuklu University (November 16–18)
32. (2012) Congress grantee, 1st Turk-Arab Youth Congress (Istanbul, Turkey, September 14–16)
33. (2012) DAAD Grant, 11th Summer School on Muslims in the West (Universität Erfurt, Germany, Aug. 1–15)
34. (2012, declined) Grant recipient, Barcelona Institute of International Studies (Spain, July 15–21)
35. (2012, declined) Grant recipient, International Olympic Academy (Greece, July 5–10)
36. (2012) Grant recipient, International Model Organization of Islamic Cooperation (Kazan, Russia, July 4–10)
37. (2011, discontinued) Korean Government Scholarship Program, PhD scholarship, Hankuk University of Foreign
Studies (Seoul, South Korea, from September to November only)
38. (2011) EUROSPHERE PhD summer school’s bursary (Sabancı University, Istanbul, July 18–22)
39. (2011) Institute of IR seminar’s bursary, (Panteion University of Athens, June 29–July 4)
40. (2011) Full bursary for an e-course certificate on “Muslims and Jews: The Historical and Contemporary
Encounter” granted by WOOLF Institute (from January 10 to May 27)
41. (2010-2014) The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey or TÜBİTAK’s PhD fellowship
42. (2010) Newly Industrialised States scholarship, 20th International Youth Leadership (Prague City, July 11–16)
43. (2009-2012) European Union’s Erasmus Mundus Mobility with Asia’s PhD scholarship, METU Ankara
44. (2009, discontinued) 75% graduate student aid for the MA in International Studies major in European Studies;
passed two courses only from January to April (De La Salle University, Manila)
45. (2008-2009) UP Presidential scholarship for the Master in International Studies program
46. (2008-2009) Willy Keng scholarship for the Master in International Studies program, UP Diliman
47. (2005-2006) UE University President scholarship for the BA program, 2nd semester 2005–2006 only
48. (2004-2006) UE University scholarship for the BA program

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49. (2004-2005) UE College scholarship for the BA program, 1st semester 2004–2005 only
50. (2003-2006) Quezon City local government scholarship for the BA program

Teaching: Developed syllabi for courses taught and presently teaching (UP CIS courses are team taught)
 (August–December 2018) GS 197: Mediterranean Basin (UP CIS)
 (August–December 2018) Asian Civilizations (MC)
 (July 12–August 13, 2018) Islam & Culture (AFP Civil Military Operation School)
 (August 2017–Present) SEA 30: Asian Emporiums: Networks of Culture and Trade in Southeast Asia (UP CIS)
 (August 2017–May 2018) GS 197: Turkey: Eurasian Melting Pot (UP CIS)
 (January–May 2017) GS 197: Kebab, Charlie, Burkini & Hijab: Islam in Contemporary Europe (UP CIS)
 (January 2017–Present) IS 225: History of Islam (UP IIS)
 (January 2017–Present) IS 231: Islamic Political Thought (UP IIS)
 (January–May 2017) IS 24: Special Problems on International Relations (FEU Manila)
 (January–May 2017) IS 13: Issues and Trends in International Studies (FEU Manila)
 (November 2016–October 2017) POSC 3073: Introduction to International Relations (PUP Manila)
 (August–Dec. 2016) IS 18: Politics and Government of the Middle East (FEU Manila)
 (August–Dec. 2016) IS 1: Introduction to International Studies (FEU Manila)
 (June 2016–March 2018) POSC 3213: Special Topics in International Politics (PUP Manila)

Teaching: Students’ Evaluation of Teaching (SET) scores (1.00 being the highest for UP Diliman)
1. 1st semester 2018-2019, teacher’s rate for History of Islam is 0.0000 (to be determined yet)
2. 2nd sem. 2017-2018, teacher’s rate for History of Islam is 1.3729, while for Islamic Political Thought is 1.4423
3. 1st sem. 2017-2018, teacher’s rate for History of Islam is 1.7390, while for Islamic Political Thought is 1.3782
4. 2nd sem. 2016-2017, teacher’s rate for History of Islam is 1.2194, while for Islamic Political Thought is 1.6404
(100 being the highest for PUP Manila, while 5.00 being the highest for FEU Manila)
5. PUP Manila, 2nd semester 2017-18, rate is unknown, BA course, Special Topics in International Politics
6. PUP Manila, 1st semester 2017-2018, rate is 93.9768, BA course, Introduction to International Relations
7. PUP Manila, 2nd semester 2016-2017, rate is 91.5815, BA course, Special Topics in International Politics
8. FEU Manila, 2nd semester 2016-2017, the rate is ‘not provided’, BA courses, (1) Special Problems on
International Relations and (2) Issues and Trends in International Studies
9. FEU Manila, 1st semester 2016-2017, the rate is 4.20 for BA courses: (1) Introduction to International Studies
and (2) Politics and Government of the Middle East

Teaching: Supervised Theses
1. Unmasking a God Complex: Assessing Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Operational Code in Accepting the Role of a
Mediator in the 2008 Israel- Syria Negotiations (BA thesis written by Sophia Panergo, Genevieve Grajo,
Patricia Gener, and Khriscielle Yalao at Miriam College, 2018-2019)
2. From German Antisemitism to American Islamophobia (BA thesis awarded with ‘Honorable Mention’ and
written by Mark Adrian P. Tinguban, Francheska Mae H. Suralta, Roma Nina C. Samson, John David D. Perez,
and John Paul B. Osea at FEU Manila, 2016-2017)
3. Europeanizing Turkey, 1923-1938 (BA thesis awarded with ‘Honorable Mention’ and written by Agnetha Joy
R. Caratao, James Gabriel B. Lemque, Kyle Mendell S. Olivas, Michaella B. Reyes, and Rodrick Charles B.
Serra at FEU Manila, 2016-2017)

Public Lectures and Invited Talks
2018 AFP Camp Aguinaldo; AFP Camp Aquino in Tarlac City; AFP Camp Siongco in Maguindanao; AFP Camp
Guillermo Nakar in Lucena City; AFP soldiers in Davao City; AFP Camp Lapu-Lapu in Cebu City; AFP Camp
Ricarte in Puerto Princesa City; AFP Joint Task Force in Manila; AFP Camp Navarro in Zamboanga City; PUP;
SRI Tagaytay City; PUP-IHSD; PUP-CPAG
2017 PUP-CPSPA; PUP Political Science Society; ICRC Manila; UP Anthropology Society; Al Qalam ADDU;
ADDU-ISD; FEU Diliman
2016 UP Islamic Studies’ student organization; FEU Manila
2015 FEU Manila; PWU Manila; PUP Center for Social History and Institute for Cultural Studies; UP IIS; UE Manila;
Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakif University
2013 Süleyman Şah University; UE Kaisa Ka Party Coalition; MSU Marawi; ADMU; UP IIS with CPDR & PIPVTR

Frequent participated conferences: Philippine International Studies Organization (PHISO); International Studies
Association (ISA); World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies (WOCMES); European International Studies Association
(EISA); Global International Studies Conference (WISC-GISC)

Conferences: Presentations
2019 ISA Toronto; BUFS-ISEAS Busan; UBD-IPS Brunei; EISA Sofia
2018 Kartepe Summit; PSA Manila; WOCMES Seville

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2017 SEASIA Bangkok; Ural Federal University; ISA Hong Kong; WISC-GISC Taipei; ISA Baltimore
2016 EISA Tübingen Workshops; BCLL #3 Bremen
2015 ISA New Orleans; Istanbul Security Conference; Kadir Has University; Borders & Margins Zagreb; PHERC
Manila; Bilkent University; UOKongresi Ankara
2014 Istanbul Think-House; MECPS Sakarya; WWI Sarajevo; WOCMES Ankara; MidEast Kırıkkale; Oxford Project
SEA Studies; Istanbul Civilizations Congress
2013 ISAR Istanbul; AMEPPA Ankara; Turgut Özal University; APISA Ankara; EISA Warsaw; Yıldırım Beyazıt
University; İzmir University of Economics; MPSA Chicago; ISA San Francisco
2012 Mardin Artuklu University; ISAR Istanbul; Middle East Technical University; MECPS Sakarya
2011 Iran Symposia in Qazvin
2010 WOCMES Barcelona; WCCES Istanbul
2009 De La Salle University (Filipino department); University of the Philippines Diliman (Asian Center)

Conferences: Served as Discussant
2019 ISA Toronto
2018 UP Diliman’s Asian Center’s AS 206 class
2017 ISA Hong Kong; WISC-GISC Taipei; PHISO Manila
2015 ISA New Orleans; SeSaMO Italia

Conferences: Served as Organizer/Convenor and/or Chair
2019 ISA Toronto; PHISO Cebu; EISA Sofia
2018 AFP Multi-Sector Advisory Group workshop; Book seminar by Professor Jeffrey Ayala Milligan at UP IIS; UP
IIS conference on PCVE; UP IIS workshop on SEA Islam; ABEM Manila; WOCMES Seville; Interfaith
dialogue at UP IIS; PHISO Davao
2017 Talk on Rohingya by Nehginpao Kipgen at UP IIS; Talk on Violent Extremism by Mohamed Elsanousi at PUP;
Talk on Islam and Buddhism by Imtiyaz Yusuf at UP IIS; PHISO forum at PUP; PHISO forum at ADDU;
WISC-GISC section; PHISO workshop at WISC-GISC Taipei; PHISO Manila
2016 Talk by Turkish Ambassador Esra Cankorur at FEU Manila; PHISO forum on Gulf States at FEU Manila;
PHISO forum on Turkey at FEU Manila; Co-IRIS workshop at EISA Tübingen
2015 Co-IRIS panels at ISA New Orleans; Co-IRIS panel at SeSaMO Italia
2014 Co-IRIS panel at MECPS Sakarya; Co-IRIS panel at WOCMES Ankara; IPSA Montreal; METU IR
conference’s panels; Oxford Project SEA Studies’ panel
2013 Co-IRIS symposium at EISA Rapallo; APISA panel in Ankara; Co-IRIS section at EISA Warsaw

Conferences: Other activities attended/participated
2018 FES workshop on PCVE; CHED-DLSU Research Ethics symposium; UP Teaching Effectiveness Course;
CHED-DLSU Research Training; NCMF Halal Summit; PUP-CPSPA Faculty Development
2015 ISA Foreign Policy Analysis working group in New Orleans
2014 IIIT Istanbul summer school; Reset Dialogues Istanbul Seminar
2012 University of Copenhagen PhD course

Service: UP Diliman, UP-IIS, and other universities/colleges’ additional administrative works
 (March–April 2018) Member of the Board of Judges, UP Philippine Collegian
 (March 12 & 19, 2018) Workshop’s lecturer on research writing, UP-IIS graduate students’ organization
 (February 2018–Present) Member and regular attendee, UP Diliman’s University Council
 (December 2017–February 2018) Coordinator for UP IIS Doha Award entry (failed to be shortlisted)
 (October 2017–Present) Coordinator of the Publication Division at UP IIS
 (October 26, 2017) Assisted in revising the PUP Political Science undergraduate program.
 (November 2017–December 2018) Coordinated the application of Prof. Jeffrey Ayala Milligan for the UP
Visiting Professor program and the Fulbright Specialist program for UP IIS
 (August 2017–Present) UP-IIS Website Administrator
 June 2017–May 2018) Designed the new BA in International Studies program, PUP Manila
 (September 2016–Present) Coordinator on designing the curriculum of the proposed Master of Arts in Islamic
Studies major in International Relations (Siyar) of the Ummah, UP-IIS

Service: Reviewer and/or Editorial Board Member (as specified only)
Foreign Policy Analysis (Oxford University Press); SAGE Millennium: Journal of International Studies;
SUVANNABHUMI: Multi-disciplinary Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Busan University of Foreign Studies, South
Korea); PEOPLE: International Journal of Social Sciences (GRDS Publishing); International Research Forum on the
Philippines’ proceedings; Journal of Humanity and Society (İnsan & Toplum Dergisi); ABEM International Conference
Proceedings; Palgrave Macmillan’s book proposals; IQRA: The Journal of Al-Qalam Institute of Islamic Identities and
Dialogue in Southeast Asia (ADDU); Aquinas University’s Lux Veritatis: Interdisciplinary Studies journal; UP System
Grant proposal; International Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Society; International Journal of Community Diversity;

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CV of Nassef

International Editorial Board Member of PUP’s The Mabini Review; Italy-based GEOPOLITICA; Content creator at the
ASEAN Young Professionals Network; Former Editor at H-Nationalism; Country expert for Turkey and Iran at the V-
Dem: Varieties of Democracy project; Associate Editor of the Global Studies Journal’s volumes 4, 5 and 6; Editorial
board member of Journal of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences (Kırklareli University, Turkey)

Service: Membership
1. (Sept. 2018–Present) Centre of International Law and Human Rights, Christian University of Indonesia, Jakarta
2. (June 2018–Present) National Research Council of the Philippines (Quezon City, Philippines)
3. (2017-Present) New York Southeast Asia Network (New York, USA)
4. (2017-Present) International Qur'anic Studies Association (Atlanta, USA)
5. (2016-Present) World International Studies Committee (Geneva, Switzerland)
6. (2016-Present) ASEAN Young Professionals Network
7. (2014-Present) Società per gli Studi sul Medio Oriente (Milano, Italy)
8. (2013-2018) European International Studies Association (Brussels)–ID: 102109
9. (2013-Present) European Consortium for Political Research (Colchester, UK)
10. (2012-Present) Association for Middle Eastern Public Policy and Administration (Cairo, Egypt)
11. (2012-2013) Association for the Study of Middle East and Africa (Washington, DC)
12. (2012-2015) British Association for Islamic Studies (Edinburgh, UK)
13. (2012-2013) Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (Berlin, Germany)
14. (2012-2013) Middle East Economic Association (Ankara, Ohio, and Mississippi)
15. (2011-2012) British International Studies Association (Aberystwyth, UK)
16. (2011-2020) International Political Science Association (Montreal, Canada)
17. (2011-2014) International Society for Islamic Legal Studies (Massachusetts, USA)
18. (2011-2020) International Studies Association (The University of Connecticut, USA)
19. (2011-2012) Middle East Studies Association (Arizona, USA)

Repository Accounts of Research and Published Works
 Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=2qIO7q8AAAAJ&hl=en
 ORCiD (Open Researcher and Contributor ID): http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3055-0607
 Researcher ID: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/D-1301-2010
 Academia.edu: https://coiris.academia.edu/Nassef
 Amazon’s author page: https://www.amazon.com/Nassef-M.-Adiong/e/B00J8X1ZAO
 Social Science Research Network: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=1556958
 Routledge: https://www.routledge.com/authors/i17563-nassef-manabilang-adiong
 ResearchGate.net: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nassef_Adiong
 Mendeley.com: https://www.mendeley.com/profiles/nassef-adiong/

References

Deina Abdelkader
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
Visiting Scholar, Alwaleed Islamic Studies Program, Harvard University, USA
Address: 17 Cleveland Ave, Wilmington, MA 01887, USA
Website: www.uml.edu/FAHSS/Political-Science/faculty/abdelkader-deina.aspx
Email Address: deina_abdelkader@uml.edu / Telephone: +1.978.317.64.11 and +1.978.934.27.55

Raffaele Mauriello
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Persian Literature and Foreign Languages,
Allameh Tabataba'i University, Tehran, Iran
Address: Via Bellabona 11A, 83100 Avellino, Italy / Website: http://www.raffaelemauriello.info/
Telephone: Home +9802188005303 (Iran); Mobile +393397556652 (Italy)
Email Addresses: raffaele.mauriello@me.com / contactme@raffaelemauriello.info

Frances Antoinette C. Cruz
Assistant Professor, Department of European Languages, College of Arts and Letters, University of the Philippines Diliman
Address: Room 1221, Pavilion 1, Palma Hall, Quirino Avenue, University of the Philippines Diliman
Website: https://up-diliman.academia.edu/FrancesAntoinetteCruz
Email Address: frankie.custodio@gmail.com / fccruz3@up.edu.ph / Mobile no.: +63.945.875.7104

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