In this guest post written by Frances S. Hasso on behalf of the co-editors of the Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies, we learn more about the aesthetic changes undertaken during the transition to Duke University Press, both inside and outside the journal. 568 more words
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The Middle East Studies Program presents a USC Dornsife-Farhang Foundation
Iranian Studies Initiative Lecture
Nader Shah: Warlord or National Hero?
The Eighteenth Century in Iranian Historiography… 194 more words
The Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies invites feminist scholars working in any discipline or interdisciplinary area in the interpretive social sciences and humanities to submit area-specific manuscripts on any topic related to the theme of “The Gender and Sexuality of Militarization, War and Violence.” 100 more words
Congratulations to Tikkun, winner of the prestigious 2014 “Magazine of the Year: Overall Excellence in Religion Coverage” award from the Religion Newswriters Association! The Religion Newswriters Association’s awards recognize journalism excellence by measuring a magazine’s grasp on a diversity of religion issues. 135 more words
A Middle East with No Minorities?
Asking the Tough Questions
Dr. Paul Haidostian, President of Beirut’s Haigazian University
In conversation with Dr. Laurie Brand, Director of USC Middle East Studies Program… 17 more words