Middle Eastern and North African Studies Colloquium Series

COLLOQUIUM SERIES

Spring 2018

Talks are usually scheduled for 3pm on Friday afternoons in Marshall 490. Please check individual talk webpage for date/time/location details as they may change.
 
Talks are co-sponsored by CMES and MENAS.
 

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January 19: Diverse Perspectives on Turkish Society

Esra Soğancı, Research Assistant in Social Work, Istanbul Arel University, Turkey 

Murat Bayar, Lecturer in International Relations, Istanbul Arel University, Turkey 

Discussant: Brian Silverstein, Associate Professor of Anthropology, UA

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January 26: The Conflict Conscious Communicator: Strategies for Success in the Workplace and Beyond

Caitlan Hendrickson, Director of Ombuds Program, University of Arizona

*THIS COLLOQUIUM IS ONLY OPEN TO UA FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENTS*

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February 9: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Report from Iraqi Kurdistan at a Historic Turning Point

Maggy Zanger, Professor of Practice, School of Journalism, University of Arizona

Co-sponsored by the Center for Border and Global Journalism, UA

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February 16: Professional Development: U.S. Government Careers

Julia Santucci, Senior Lecturer in Intelligence Studies, University of Pittsburgh 

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February 23: Whither Iran: The Ebb and Flow of Protests

Abbas Milani, Adjunct Professor at the Center on Democracy, Development and Rule of Law at the Freeman Spogli Institute at Stanford University

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March 16: Death Out of Place: Mortuary Practices of Turkish and Kurdish Communities in Germany

Osman Balkan, Visiting Assistant Professor, Swarthmore University 

Co-sponsored by the Arizona Center for Turkish Studies, Department of Anthropology, German Studies and the School of Government and Public Policy.

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March 22-23: Researching for Hope and Politics of Nostalgia: The Call for Egyptian Women

Hanan Hammad, Associate Professor and Director of Middle East Studies, Texas Christian University 

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March 30: CANCELLED Imaging the Imagined: On the Representation of Arab Women in Historical Photography

Sama Alshaibi, Professor of Photography/Video Art Division, University of Arizona

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April 6: Hanuman's Tunnel: Collapsing the Space Between Hind and Arabia in the Arab Imagery

Scott Reese, Professor of History, Northern Arizona University 

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