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Jadaliyya : A New Form of Producing and Presenting Knowledge in/of the Middle East (Interview by Julia Elyachar) Hot Spots: Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Egypt http://www.jadaliyya.com/ Julia Elyachar: Jadaliyya has quickly become the go-to place for information and analysis of what is going on in Egypt and the region. Moreover, Jadaliyya is the place where writing of a kind that we associate with the best of anthropology--in the moment, grounded in theory, capturing historical transformation through engagement in events as they unfold--has been published.
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Home > Podcasts Iran and the Rise of the 21st Century Intellectuals A lecture in Persian by Ata Hoodashtian, Institut Canadien de Management. Commentary by Dr. Ali Akbar Mahdi follows.
Home > Podcasts Will the Peace Treaties between Israel, Jordan and Egypt Survive? A podcast of a public lecture by Ambassador Oded Eran, sponsored by UCLA CMED. Posted: 10/30/2012 Podcast: Israeli Responses to the Arab Spring Professor Gerald Steinberg speaks on Israel's reaction to the recent events in the Middle East.
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Patrick Seale is a leading British writer on the Middle East, and the author of The Struggle for Syria ; also, Asad of Syria: The Struggle for the Middle East ; and Abu Nidal: A Gun for Hire. His latest book is The Struggle for Arab Independence: Riad el-Solh and the Makers of the Modern Middle East (Cambridge). Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, he was educated at Balliol College, Oxford, and did post-graduate research at St. Antony's College, Oxford, where he wrote his first book and was awarded a D.Litt. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
The Harvard Middle Eastern and Islamic Review (HMEIR) is Harvard’s principal journal dealing with the Middle East and the world of Islam. Founded in 1994 and sponsored by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES), HMEIR aims at publishing work based on original research and distinguished by the highest quality of scholarship. Toward this end, the Review contributions hold the promise of advancing our knowledge and understanding of the many sub-fields that fall under the rubric of Middle Eastern and Islamic studies. It considers manuscripts on topics covering a broad range of disciplines, with particular emphasis on the humanities and the social sciences, and reflecting a variety of theoretical and empirical perspectives.
“We are still awaiting a decision from NATO to protect the lives of innocent peopl and return Syrian immigrants to their homeland to lead a normal life,” he said.