Monthly Archives: May 2011

May 27: Roy Fischel

the Middle East History and Theory (MEHAT) Workshop is pleased to announce its final meeting of the year: Roy Fischel PhD Candidate, History and South Asian Languages and Civilizations Foreigners in the Deccan: Migration and Politics in South India, 1565-1636 … Continue reading

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May 26: Dima Orsho

Dear friends, as we wrap up the Spring quarter I would like to invite you to our second-to-last event: Dima Orsho, Syrian vocalist Noontime Concert Series Famous Songs from the Middle East Thursday, May 26 at 12:15 pm Fulton Recital … Continue reading

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May 19: Emran El Badawi

the Middle East History and Theory (MEHAT) Workshop is pleased to announce a joint meeting with the Late Antiquity and Byzantium Workshop: Dr. Emran El Badawi Discussant: Josh Mabra Thursday, May 19, 12:00–1:30, Pick 218 Stages of the Apocalypse in … Continue reading

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MEHAT 2011 Schedule Online

Dear friends, it is a pleasure to announce that our official program for the 26th Annual Middle East History and Theory Conference has gone live. You can find all of the details at our Conference page, or just click the … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events: Jason Mohaghegh and Devin Stewart

The MEHAT workshop and the Shi’ism Discussion Group are pleased to present two guest speakers this week,Dr. Jason Mohaghegh (New Jersey City University) and Dr. Devin Stewart (Emory University). Please see below for details. Thursday, May 5, 4:00–5:30, Foster 305 … Continue reading

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May 5 & 6: Jason Mohaghegh

the Middle East History and Theory (MEHAT) Workshop is pleased to announce a special visit by: Prof. Jason Mohaghegh New Jersey City University Thursday, May 5, 4:00–5:30, Foster 305 Inflictions: The Writing of Violence, East/West A joint meeting with the … Continue reading

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