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FALL 2014 
Director of Middle East Studies Beshara Doumani welcomes audience to a teach-in on Gaza on September 10.
Guest speaker Ian Lustick, University of Pennsylvania, and Brown faculty members at Critical Conversations on Palestine/Israel: "Two States: An Illusion?"
Participants at "Textual Corpora and the Digital Islamic Humanities", a two-day workshop organized by Elias Muhanna, Manning assistant professor of comparative literature.
Mohsen Namjoo and Kiosk share the stage at the musical festival "Underground Iran" on November 15, following a panel discussion on music and performance for social change two days earlier.
Guest speaker Jenny White, Boston University, addresses a full Joukowsky Forum on the transformation of Turkish national identity. Click here for webcasts of all fall lectures.
"1948-Once Upon a Palestine" and "Dreaming of Tomorrow: Youth Culture in the Middle East", organized by Ariella Azoulay and Sa'ed A. Atshan respectively.
Alexei Abrahams, PhD candidate in economics, kicks off the luncheon seminar series with "Mobility and Inequality: Evidence from the Second Intifada." 
For a full list of Middle East Studies luncheon seminars,
click here.
Students, faculty and members of the Providence community listen to Hooman Majd's lecture on today's political and social situation in Iran.
Click here to access webcasts of the
 Iran in the 21st Century Luncheon
Lecture Series.
Mohsen Namjoo and Kiosk band members speak with undergraduates. The lunch was organized by the Middle East Studies DUG. Learn more about our DUG's activities here.
Undergraduate concentrators Nikhita Mendis '17 and Sophia Sepulveda '15 at the Fall Reception on September 25.
Information on Spring 2015 events is now available on our website.
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