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Face validity of the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy – Breast Symptom Index (FACT-B) into Arabic: A case-study from Lebanon Page (Everything Else)
MENAS Colloquium Series, Fall 2011 Page (Everything Else)
MENAS Colloquium Series, Spring 2013 Page (Everything Else)
Reporting on Repressive Regimes in Gulf Countries: Why the International Media Matters Page (Everything Else)
MENAS Colloquium Series, Fall 2012 Page (Everything Else)
MENAS Colloquium Series, Spring 2012 Page (Everything Else)
MENAS Colloquium Series Archives Page (Everything Else)
Eat, Pray, Petition: The Daily Life and Travels of a Late Nineteenth-Century Iranian Cleric Page (Everything Else)
Arts and identity: Making Israel and Palestine real through the voices of artists and arts organizations Page (Everything Else)
The Wild Roller Coaster Ride: What to Anticipate for the New Middle East and Its Implications Page (Everything Else)
Critics of religious higher learning in early modern Iran Page (Everything Else)
Who killed Ahmet Yıldız? Sex, citizenship, and justice in a transnational world Page (Everything Else)
Urban revitalization in Muscat, Oman Page (Everything Else)
Afghanistan, heroin and women: Five years on the opium trail Page (Everything Else)
Challenging Patriarchal Interpretations of the Qur’an Page (Everything Else)
Power and justice in the Middle East Page (Everything Else)
Save us from the children: Trauma, citizenship and the politics of Palestinian childhood Page (Everything Else)
The case of the 2006 War in Lebanon: Reparations? Reconstruction? Or both? Page (Everything Else)
Literary aestheticism and the formation of the notion of “Islamic civilization” Page (Everything Else)
Bringing art back into history: Some tales from Sultanate-period India Page (Everything Else)
Revolutions well begun, half done: Eyewitnesses to the North African Spring Page (Everything Else)
A concise history of the Kazakh language and its Turkic and Persian elements Page (Everything Else)
Governing holy grounds: Approaches toward managing and regulating religious sites in Israel and Palestine Page (Everything Else)
Media development and the peace-building agenda: A case study of Afghanistan's first independent news agency Page (Everything Else)
Egypt, one year after the revolution Page (Everything Else)
Expanding access to emergency contraception in the Arab world: Lessons learned from Tunisia Page (Everything Else)
Humanism in the age of postnationalism: Explorations through modern Turkey Page (Everything Else)
Lost or gained in translation: Fatima Mernissi's harem, lies, and autobiography Page (Everything Else)
Iranian Film and Persian Fiction: Interdependence, Interaction, and Exchange Page (Everything Else)
Arab Popular Protest and the Syrian Uprising of 2011 and Beyond Page (Everything Else)
Al-Sayyid: A Language Blooms in the Desert Event on Calendar Friday, October 28, 2011 - 3:00pm
Shoot-outs for the nation: Soccer and politics in post-colonial Moroccan-Algerian relations Event on Calendar Friday, October 14, 2011 - 3:00pm
Western Intervention in Libya and the Responsibility to Protect Event on Calendar Friday, September 30, 2011 - 3:00pm
Toleration and diversity in the Turkish nation-state Event on Calendar Friday, September 23, 2011 - 3:00pm
Detecting language crimes: The possible contribution of forensic linguistics Event on Calendar Friday, August 26, 2011 - 3:00pm
Public Talk: "New Media, New Repression: The Silencing of Kurdish Voices in Syria" Event on Calendar Friday, April 29, 2011 - 4:00pm
Public Talk: "Of Köşks, Kervanserais, and Kiosks: Toward a Negative Hermeneutics of Turkish Germany" Event on Calendar Friday, April 22, 2011 - 4:00pm
Public Talk: "Performing France, Performing North Africa: French-North African and Pied-Noir Cultural Associations in France" Event on Calendar Friday, April 15, 2011 - 4:00pm
Public Talk: "Lines in the Sand: Memory, Identity, and Rationalized Oppression in Arabophone Mauritania" Event on Calendar Friday, April 8, 2011 - 4:00pm
Public Talk: "North Africa's Intifadas and Democratic Transition: Promises and Pitfalls" Event on Calendar Friday, April 1, 2011 - 4:00pm

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