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Northeast Ohio Events: Joel Beinin on BDS, High Risk Activism, and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (2-3 March)

Northeast Ohio Consortium for Middle East Studies (NOCMES) proudly presents Stanford University Professor and noted Middle East Historian, Joel Beinin, who will be in Northeast Ohio for four events on March 2 & 3, 2015. The subject of all his events will be the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. On Monday, March 2 at 9am EST, Prof. Beinin will appear on WCPN's The Sound of Ideas  He will discuss BDS at Stanford and more broadly as well as PM Netanyahu's ...

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Call for Applicants: Open-Rank Academic Positions in Legal Studies Program (The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies)

The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies (DI), an independent institute for learning and research in the fields of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Public Administration and Development Economics, has been newly established in Doha, Qatar by the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies. Student applications have now opened and the DI is scheduled to launch its first academic year in the Fall semester of 2015. The School of Social Sciences and Humanities is seeking to ...

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London Event: Jadaliyya Co-Editor Sinan Antoon Reading and Book Signing (February 24)

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In Conversation: Sinan Antoon Winner of 2014 Saif Ghoibash Prize for Arabic Literary Translation for The Corpse Washer Sinan Antoon will be in conversation with Paul Blezard, from the judging panel. The event will also feature: A reading from the novel, The Corpse Washer, a Q&A, followed by book signing and a reception Special performance by virtuoso oud player Khyam Allami. This is a free event, but please reserve your place by e-mailing: ...

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Cornell University Event: Jadaliyya Co-Editor Bassam Haddad and US Ambassador Dennis Ross Debate US Policy in the Middle East (3 March)

Lund Critical Debate Series presents: American Foreign Policy in the Middle East: Success or Failure Ambassador Dennis Ross (William Davidson Distinguished Fellow and Counselor, Washington Institute for Near East Policy) Professor Bassam Haddad (Director, Middle East Studies Program and Associate Professor, School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs, George Mason University) Moderated by Aziz Rana, Cornell Law School Associate Professor Date and ...

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Open Letter: Racism, Militarism, Poverty: From Ferguson to Palestine

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[The following open letter was issued by the below signatories on 4 February, 2015.] We support and congratulate UC Santa Cruz on their selection of Angela Davis for UCSC’s 31st annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Convocation The undersigned organizations write in support of UC Santa Cruz Chancellor George Blumenthal for his office’s selection and sponsorship of the Black feminist theorist and activist Angela Davis, a luminary of our movements and our region, who ...

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Call for Proposals: ‘The State and the Study of Africa’ (ASA Annual Meeting, November 2015)

CALL FOR PROPOSALS 58th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association THE STATE AND THE STUDY OF AFRICA 19-22 November 2015 Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina San Diego, CA DEADLINE FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION:  15 March 2015 PROGRAM CHAIRS Dismas A. Masolo, University of Louisville Derek R. Peterson, University of Michigan ABOUT THE MEETING We are soliciting proposals for papers, panels, and roundtables. Presentations may focus on the theme ...

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Call for Applicants: Sijal Institute's Intensive Arabic Summer Courses

Sijal Institute for Arabic Language and Culture invited applications for intensive Arabic summer courses in Amman, Jordan. Established by renowned scholars of teh Arab world, we offer enthusiastic students access to: Oustanding Arabic instruction at all levels Curriculum designed at leading US iniversities Hub for intellectual and cultural events Save and exciting location in the heart of Rainbow Street (old Amman) For more information visit as at ...

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Arab Studies Institute and Asfari Institute Present: Exploring an Agenda for Active Citizenship (Beirut, Feb. 20-22)

'Exploring an Agenda for Active Citizenship' First Annual Conference A conference co-sponsored by the Arab Studies Institute and the Asfari Institute Date and Time: 8am Friday 20 February through 5:30pm Sunday 22 February Location: Beirut, Lebanon Live Tweets: Follow @AsfariInstitute The February 2015 conference commemorates the fourth anniversary of the revolts that began in Tunisia in the final days of 2010 and rapidly spread to nearly half the countries of the Arab ...

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Workshop: Carbon Democracy and Revolution: Perspectives from the Middle East and the Mediterranean

Social revolutions, civil war and crippling economic crises: What is going on in the Middle East and South Eastern Mediterranean? Are the revolutions and wars in Egypt, Syria or Libya connected to the economic crises in Greece, Italy or Cyprus? How do carbon resources and energy competition affect these tense social, economic and environmental inter-relations? What is the future of 'carbon democracy' and what are its geographic and political ramifications? Inspired by ...

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Symposium: Law, Politics, and Constitution-Making in the Arab Spring (20 March 2015, London)

The School of Law, School of Oriental and African Studies cordially invites you to the symposium on: Law, Politics and Constitution-Making in the Arab Spring 20 March 2015, 15:25-19:00 Khalili Lecture Theatre SOAS, University of London Russell Square, London, UK 15:25: Welcome Notes Dr. Nimer Sultany, Law Department, SOAS Professor Matthew Craven, Dean, Faculty of Law & Social Sciences, SOAS 15:30 – 17:00: Panel I: Whose ...

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Corporatization: Are Public Services still Public?

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Public water and electricity are back in vogue. Yet, many state-owned utilities are now undergoing “corporatization,” i.e. they have legal autonomy and manage their own finances. Is this a positive development in the struggle for equitable public services or a slippery slope toward privatization? Sometimes driven by neoliberal agendas, there are examples of corporatization that could herald a brighter future for equity-oriented public services. The Municipal Services ...

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Vote 'Yes' on MESA Resolution in Support of Free Speech

At the Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA) this past November 2014, the business meeting passed a resolution that affirmed the principles of freedom of speech and academic freedom, specifically condemned the intimidation and censuring of scholars who seek to discuss and/or endorse BDS, and called on the MESA leadership to create a transparent space for the discussion of what position MESA should take on the question of BDS. Click here to ...

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Symposium: An Energy Revolution? Political Ecologies of Shale Oil in the Middle East, United States, and China (11-13 February, Washington DC)

Center for Contemporary Arab Studies Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service Abdullah S. Kamel International Symposium An Energy Revolution? Political Ecologies of Shale Oil in the Middle East, United States, and China 11-13 February Georgetown University Washington DC The CCAS has been holding annual symposia for nearly three decades, and this year’s meeting aims to assess the political, economic, human, and environmental impacts of shale oil and its technologies ...

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Bassam Haddad Speaks on Syria, Knowledge Production, and Pedagogy (2-4 February, Simon Fraser University)

Between Monday 2 February and Wednesday 4 February, Jadaliyya Co-Founder and Co-Editor Bassam Haddad will be visiting Simon Frasier University in Vancouver, Canada. Understanding the Syrian Tragedy: Lecture Monday, 2 February, 6:00pm Simon Fraser University 515 West Hastings St., Room 1700 Vancouver, Candada Nearly four years after the beginning of the Syrian uprising, many contend that the current multisided conflict has buried the revolution, contributed to ...

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Deadline for Applications: M.A. in Middle East and Islamic Studies at George Mason University

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The Middle East Studies Program and the Ali Vural Ak Center for Global Islamic Studies at George Mason University announce the deadline for applications for the Fall/Spring 2015-2016 academic year: 1 March 2015. The aim of this degree program is to reposition the study of the Middle East and Islam within a global context to help students better analyze particular issues in light of current events and shifting historical paradigms. The program’s core classes provide a solid ...

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Stanford Event: Steven Heydemann on Authoritarianism in the Era of Mass Politics (2 February 2015)

CDDRL’s Program on Arab Reform and Democracy (ARD), in partnership with the Arab Studies Institute (ASI), presents: Authoritarianism in the Era of Mass Politics Featuring: Steven Heydemann Vice President, Applied Research on Conflict United States Institute for Peace Date and Time: Monday, February 2 12PM-1:30PM *Lunch will be served* Location: Goldman Conference Room (4th floor East Wing) Encina Hall Stanford University Abstract The uprisings that ...

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Asli Bali on Iranian-US Nuclear Negotiations and What Republican Invite to Netanyahu Means

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In the aftermath of Barak Obama's State of the Union Address, and his announcement that he will veto any congressional actions increasing sanctions on Iran, the Republican Party proceeded to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a joint session of Congress, making the latter on par with Winston Churchill for the most ever appearances by a foreign dignitary before a joint session of Congress. On Sunday, 25 January 2015, Jadaliyya Turkey Page ...

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Call for Submissions: Palestine Yearbook of International Law

Call for Submissions Deadline for Abstracts: 15 February 2015 The Palestine Yearbook of International Law is now inviting submissions of scholarly articles for publication for its next volume, XVIII (2015). Unlike recent years, this upcoming volume will not be based on a specific theme. Therefore, the editors encourage the submission of scholarly pieces of relevance to public international law and Palestine. The Yearbook is edited at Birzeit University’s Institute of Law ...

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مجلة الدراسات الفلسطينية العدد 101: تطورات القدس ومسألة السلفية الجهادية

صدر العدد 101 (شتاء 2015) من مجلة الدراسات الفلسطينية متضمناً عدداً من المقالات والدراسات والشهادات والتحقيقات، وتناول بشكل خاص التطورات في القدس، في مقالة في باب "مداخل"، لنظمي الجعبة، وتحدث فيها عن استيطان القدس، بعنوان: "استيطان القدس: تنفيذ خطط قديمة"، وتحقيق لعبدالرؤوف أرناؤوط بعنوان: "القدس: هبّة شعبية بلا قيادة" جال فيه على التطورات التي حدثت في القدس في نهاية العام المنصرم. كما توقف  أمل جمال في باب "مداخل" أمام قانون ...

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Jadaliyya Co-Editor Sinan Antoon Wins 2014 Saif Ghobash Banipal Translation Prize

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[Jadaliyya co-editor Sinan Antoon wins the 2014 Saif Ghobash Banipal Prize for Arabic Literary Translation for The Corpse Washer. Here are excerpts from the press release] The 2014 Saif Ghobash Banipal Prize for Arabic Literary Translation was awarded to Sinan Antoon, for his translation of his own novel The Corpse Washer, published by Yale University Press. It is the first time the award goes to a self-translated text. Paula Haydar is highly commended for her translation ...

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