Monthly Archives: April 2011

April 28 and 29, Michael Figueroa and Rodrigo Adem

the Middle East History and Theory (MEHAT) Workshop presents 2 events for this week: Thursday, April 28, 12:00–1:30 Michael Figueroa—Whence Israeli Song? The Fragmented Prehistory of Unisonance in Israel Co-sponsored with the EthNoise! Ethnomusicology Workshop. Discussant: Prof. Orit Bashkin Friday, … Continue reading

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Poetry Night this Friday – NELC profs reading poetry

In honor of National Poetry Month the Faculty of the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization will have a poetry reading night, in which scholars will read poems (in the Arabic, Persian, Hebrew, Hittite, and Armenian and in translation) … Continue reading

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April 20: Western Mediterranean Workshop

Please join the Western Mediterranean Workshop next Wednesday, APRIL 20, at 4:30pm in Wieboldt 207 to welcome Dying in the Mediterranean: An Arabized Vernacular Dance of Death in Hebrew Romance Prof. MICHELLE HAMILTON (Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies, University … Continue reading

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April 22: Basil Salem

The Middle East History and Theory (MEHAT) Workshop is delighted to announce this week’s meeting: Basil Salem PhD Student in History, University of Chicago The Logic and Proof of Sacral Sovereignty in al-Ishbīlī’s al-Durr al-Muṣān fī Sīrat al-Muẓaffar Salīm Khān … Continue reading

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April 15: Nabil Matar

the Middle East History and Theory (MEHAT) Workshop is delighted to announce the following talk, in cooperation with the CMES Friday Lecture Series: Dr. Nabil Matar Professor of English at the University of Minnesota Henry Stubbe and the First Use … Continue reading

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