12/3/15 – Ida Nitter

Please join the Middle East History and Theory Workshop on Thursday, December 3rd, at 12:00 Noon in Pick 218 (Farouk Mustafa Memorial Lecture Room).

Our speaker is Ida Nitter (CMES) who will present her paper entitled“Going to the West: Responses to Orientalists in the Travels of the Fārīyaq, Īsā ibn Hishām, and the Pāshā.” The discussant is Chelsie May (NELC).

The paper will be circulated via our listserv. If possible, please try to read it in advance for informed discussion.

Pizza and soft drinks will be served.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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11/12/15 – Marshall Watson

Please join the Middle East History and Theory Workshop on Thursday, November 12th, at 12:00 Noon in Pick 218 (Farouk Mustafa Memorial Lecture Room).

Our speaker is Marshall Watson (CMES) who will present his paper entitled“Nablus from Revolution to War: Ihsan al-Nimr and his Local History.” The discussant is Sami Sweis (NELC).

The paper will be circulated via our listserv. If possible, please try to read it in advance for informed discussion.

Pizza and soft drinks will be served.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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10/29/15 – Theo Beers

Please join the Middle East History and Theory Workshop on Thursday, October 29th, at 12:00 Noon in Pick 218 (Farouk Mustafa Memorial Lecture Room).

Our speaker is Theo Beers (NELC) who will present his paper entitled “Sam Mirza’s Biography and Its Sources.” The discussant is Drew DeRouin (NELC).

The paper will be circulated via our listserv. If possible, please try to read it in advance for informed discussion.

Pizza and soft drinks will be served.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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10/15/15 – Tunç Şen

Please join the Middle East History and Theory Workshop on Thursday, October 15th, at 12:00 Noon in Pick 218 (Farouk Mustafa Memorial Lecture Room).

Our speaker is Tunç Şen (NELC) who will present his dissertation chapter entitled “Chronicling the Past, Mirroring the Present, Divining the Future: Taqwims (Almanac-prognostications) in the early modern Ottoman context.” The discussant is Carlos Grenier (History).

The paper will be circulated on Sunday, October 11th via our listserv. If possible, please try to read the paper in advance for informed discussion.

Pizza and soft drinks will be served.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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