Farouk Mustafa Memorial Friday Lecture Series
|When||November 01, 2019 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM |
|Where||Chicago, IL |
|Contact Information||Center for Middle Eastern Studies |
|Description||September 27 - Khaled Furani (Tel Aviv University) |
"Recovering Khalifa for an Ethics of Fragility: Fragments of a Palestinian Challenge from Within the Leviathan"
November 1 - Brinkley Messick (Columbia University)
"The Anthropologist as Reader"
November 22 - Asli Bali (UCLA)
“From Revolution to Devolution? Reforming the State in the Modern Middle East”
January 24 - Husni Haddad Lecture - Samer El Saber (Stanford University)
"Palestinian Performance on the Theatrical Front"
February 7 - Dimitri Gutas (Yale University)
"Graeco-Arabic Studies beyond Greek and Arabic: Integrating the Western Humanities Canon"
February 21 - Asli Igsiz (New York University)
"Humanism in Ruins: Entangled Legacies of the Greek-Turkish Population Exchange"
March 6 - Rochelle Terman (University of Chicago)
"Islamophobia and Media Portrayals of Women’s Rights: A Computational Text Analysis of U.S. News Coverage
April 3 - Shi’a Studies Symposium
April 10 - Farouk Mustafa Memorial Lecture on Modern Arabic Literature - Samah Selim (Rutgers University)
April 17 - Satyel Larson (Princeton University)
April 24 - James Montgomery (University of Cambridge)
|Categories||Conferences/Lectures, Lectures |
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