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Center for Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter No. 24 (Spring 1998)
Increase in NRC/FLAS funding; new fellowship in memory of Ann Grabhorn Friday; new joint degree program with law; Istanbul summer program; special courses on Middle East business; expansion of academic ties with Morocco; ...
Center for Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter No. 22 (Spring 1995)
New director Abraham Marcus; conference on Istanbul; conference on Israeli peace accords; conference on civil society; outreach and publications updates.
Center for Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter No. 21 (Fall 1994)
Istanbul exhibition; launch of UT-MENIC; Gale Lecture Series on the Dreyfus Affair; Robert Fernea receives CMES Award; establishment of MELC; new faculty: Faegheh Shirazi; obituary: Makram Copty; honorary LLD for Elizabeth ...
Center for Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter No. 25 (Fall 1999/Spring 2000)
Mediterranean Crossroads 2000; 1999 Middle East Summer Institute; Women of the Book Conference; conference on Hassan Fathy; Legacy of the Middle East exhibition; new joint degree with Information School; Outreach news; ...
Leaving Iberia: A Mufti, His Fatwa, and the Islamic Obligation to Emigrate
During the fall of al-Andalus (known to Christians as the reconquista) some of the first substantial Muslim populations came under permanent non-Muslim rule. For centuries, Muslims had lived alongside Jews and Christians ...
The Way I See It: Reflections of an Arab-American Journalist on the Middle East, Media and the State of Journalism
Ayman Mohyeldin is a Foreign Correspondent for NBC News based in Cairo. Prior to joining NBC, Ayman was a correspondent for Al Jazeera English based in Cairo where he was at the epicenter of Arab uprisings covering the ...