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Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter 2007-2008, No. 31
Arabic Flagship Program; ROTC Language and Culture Project; Farewell to Elizabeth Warnock Fernea and Robert Fernea; Middle East Ensemble "Bereket," New faculty Hina Azam and Fehintola Mosadomi; faculty and staff news; ...
Egypt: A Land of Firsts (Elementary Lessons on Egypt)
Curriculum unit of five lessons about Egypt for grades K-5. (1: Egypt: Where is it and What is is Like? 2: How long have the communities of Egypt and the United States existed? 3: Using Artifacts to uncover culture. 4: ...
Seminar and Curriculum Development Project in Egypt
The Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Texas at Austin received funding under the Group Projects Abroad program to take fifteen social studies teachers and curriculum specialists to Egypt for a four-week ...
Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter 2008-2009, No. 32
Looking ahead to the 50th anniversary of CMES; Denise Schmandt-Besserat wins Hamilton Award; interview with Faegheh Shirazi on popular religious practice in Iran; new publications; interview with M.R. Ghanoonparvar on the ...
Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter 2006-2007, No. 30
NRC refunding; new faculty Mahmoud al-Batal and Kristen Brustad; Fulbright-Hays seminar in Egypt; off-campus workshops fior K-12 teachers; K-12 curriculum development; Islamic Movements conferenc; Urban Geographies conference; ...
Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter 2010-2011, No. 34
New Ancient Israel and the Near East program; interview with Ghada Abdel Aal, author of I Want to Get Married! The Jil Jadid graduate student conference in Arabic literature and linguistics; a visit by Adonis; Arabic House ...
Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter 2009-2010, No. 33
Remembering Elizabeth Warnock Fernea; a conversation with Jo Ann Hackett and John Huehnergard; visiting faculty Joseph Nevo and new lecturer Hope Fitzgerald; a visit and lecture by Lebanese author Hoda Barakat; Arabic ...
Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter 2012-2013, No. 36
M.R. Ghanoonparvar retires; Looking to the future; Global Professional Leadership Training; Lecture by James Gelvin (UCLA) on the Arab Spring; New Publications A Bit of Air, The Neighbors, Moon and Henna Tree; New Faculty ...
Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter 2011-2012, No. 35
Views on the Arab Spring; Tributes to retiring faculty: Peter Abboud, Aaron Bar-Adon, Clement Moore Henry, Harold Liebowitz, and Seth Wolitz; New publications With This Night (Leah Goldberg) and How Happy to Call One's ...
Center for Middle Eastern Studies Newsletter Fall 1982, No. 2
Middle East Summer Institute; Middle East Film Festival; new research associates; publications; Naional Resource Center fellowships, faculty news; outreach news; Middle East week; visiting lecturers.