Senior Lecturer in International Relations. (BA, Creighton University; MA and PhD, University of Michigan).
Specialization: North African and Middle Eastern History and Politics, International Relations of the Middle East, Morocco, Government and Politics in the Contemporary Middle East, European Colonial and Imperial History, Islam in Politics.
Wilfrid Rollman is an Adjunct Associate Professor in Wellesley University’s Department of History and a Fellow of the Center for International Relations at Boston University. He has lectured at the University of Michigan, the University of Virginia, Harvard University, Northeastern University, and Brandeis University.
Rollman has published in such journals as Oriente Moderno, Islamic Legal Studies Program Newsletter, The Encyclopedia if the Modern Islamic World, The Middle East Journal, and Comparative Studies in Society and History. His most recent article is “Military Officers and the ‘Nizam al-Jadid’ in Morocco, 1844-1912: Social and Political Transformations, published in Oriente Moderno. Professor Rollman is also a consultant and lecturer for the Smithsonian Institution; the Santa Barbara Museum of Art; and Saga Holidays International for Study Tours to Morocco, Spain, Portugal, and the Mediterranean.