Monthly Archives: November 2010

They just keep coming…

The Middle East History and Theory (MEHAT) Workshop is pleased and delighted to announce our final, FINAL workshop of the quarter: Khan el-Hillu and the city of Lid (Lod) during the Ottoman period: Summarizing three years of excavations presented by … Continue reading

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Final MEHAT of the quarter: Marianne Six-Hohenbalken

The Middle East History and Theory (MEHAT) Workshop is pleased and delighted to announce our final workshop of the quarter: Narrations of violence: Tensions between individual and community accounts of the 1988 Halabja massacre presented by Maria Six-Hohenbalken PhD in … Continue reading

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MEHAT room change

Dear friends, Please note the following room change: Metin’s workshop will now take place in Pick 016 on the first floor. Same time: 4:00 pm, right after the Arabic Circle.

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November 12: Metin Yüksel

the Middle East History and Theory (MEHAT) Workshop is pleased to present: I cry out so that you wake up: Cegerxwîn’s Poetics and Politics of Awakening Metin Yüksel, PhD Candidate, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations Discussant: Frank Lewis Friday, November … Continue reading

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