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Welcome CSME
Upcoming Events

 

Wednesday, November 12, 12-1p

Lunch and a Lecture with Justin Schon, PhD Candidate

Location: CSME, 1105 E Atwater

 

Wednesday, November 19, 12-1p

Lunch and a Lecture with Prof. Nadje Al-Ali

Location: CSME, 1105 E Atwater

 

Wednesday, November, 19

4:30-7pm

Talk by author and gender studies professor Nadje Al-Ali about her prize-winning book We Are Iraqis

 

Wednesday, December 3, 12-1p

Lunch and a Lecture with Alissa Strunk, PhD Candidate

Location: CSME, 1105 E Atwater

 

 

 

 

 

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Center for the Study of the Middle East is looking to fill one hourly paid position, Website Design Intern , and one volunteer position, Volunteer PR/Social Media Intern. Please see attachments for additional details and how to apply.

 

Website Design Intern

 

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Spotlight Videos

 

'Forging a Convention for Crimes Against Humanity' - A Lecture by Prof. Leila Sadat

Oct. 21, 2014

CSME

 

To date, there is still no single body of international instruments that defines and outlaws crimes against humanity. Professor Leila Sadat will present and discuss  a draft prepared and proposed by a group of the world’s leading experts on the topic, in the hope that their draft will become the basis of a future international treaty.

 
 
Visiting Scholars

 

CSME would like to welcome two new visiting scholars to Indiana University and our Center!

 

Kishimzhan Eshenkulova is originally from Kyrgyzstan. She received her PhD from the University of Istanbul in 2008, where her thesis explored the "Introduction of Modern Science into Turkistan (1800-1917)."

 

Kishimzhan's current research project is “The history of science in Islamic civilizations, Islamic philosophy and general epistemology as understood through the role of Islamic education and institutions in contemporary Kyrgyzstan.”

 

Nermin Yazıcı is an Associate Professor of Contemporary Turkish Literature at Hacettepe

University, Ankara. She received her PhD from Ankara University in Turkish Language and Literature.

 

Yazıcı’s current research focus is onTurkish teaching methodology.

 


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