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The Handles Of Judah: Carrying Earth’s Magnetic Messages

A recent article published by arstechnica.com about the electromagnetism of ancient jar handles in the Middle East struck a familiar chord. The piece cites a paper… 434 more words

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CFP Children, Youth & Media in MENA & Gulf Conflict Zones

Call for Panelists for the upcoming Middle East Studies Association (MESA) Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., November 18-21, 2017

Children, Youth, and Media in Middle Eastern, North African, and Gulf Conflict Zones. 352 more words

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Integrating Scholarship and Practice

Emmett Potts
MA ’17
Middle East Studies
First Year: SAIS Europe
Recipient of the “Best Performance” award at Johns Hopkins SAIS’ International Dinner

Emmett chose to attend Johns Hopkins SAIS to explore its unique combination of top scholarship and exposure to policymakers and practitioners of international affairs and economics. 149 more words

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An Interview with Timothy Mitchell, co-editor of Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East

In early December, the editorial collective of Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East gathered for their quarterly meeting at Columbia University. The journal’s managing editor, Liz Beasley, attended the meeting and spoke with Timothy Mitchell, who co-edits the journal with Anupama Rao, about his role as senior editor over the past five years. 1,766 more words

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HEBR 315 Modern Hebrew in Popular Culture

Explore modern Hebrew culture through literature, music, film and more. A perfect course for students looking to fulfill their language requirement in a meaningful and engaging way. 10 more words

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Understanding Gangs-Terrorism

Author’s Note:

Gangs-terrorism is a term that was first used by Jean-Marc Balencie in his book : Arnaud de La Grange, Mondes rebelles : guerres civiles et violences politiques… 1,152 more words

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