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Post-Conflict Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage in MENA

Call for Papers: Post-Conflict Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage in MENA

This conference contributes towards a comparative knowledge base on the obstacles to, and enablers of, heritage reconstruction, management of cultural resources, and recovery of societies in post-conflict MENA. It builds upon the growing academic research agenda that has produced timely and thought-provoking debates on the future of the heritage and culture in post-conflict societies in the region.

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Reading Race in Medieval Arabic Literature a talk by Rachel Schine

Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies at New York University

How might we pursue comparative, critical study of premodern processes of racialization? This talk will cover main methods, meanings, and sources that the author engages in examining racialization in the Islamic Middle Ages, as well as some past and present problematics of doing so within the Euro-American academy.

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Full Professor and Director of International Affairs

Northeastern University

The College of Social Sciences and Humanities at Northeastern University invites applications for Full Professor and Director of International Affairs. The successful applicant will lead the International Affairs (IAF) Program which includes a dynamic, interdisciplinary faculty as well as a significant undergraduate major and minor. The new Director will also oversee the MA in International Affairs based in the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs.

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Assistant Professor (Modern Languages Lit Cultures)

University of Massachusetts Boston

The Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at University of Massachusetts Boston seeks a full-time tenure-track assistant professor of Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies, beginning September 1, 2023. We encourage applications from candidates who specialize in the comparative study of Asian, European, and/or African literatures, cinemas, or digital media.

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Adjunct Instructors in Arab World Studies, American University

American University

Arab World Studies at American University, Washington DC, is looking for adjunct instructors to join our faculty on a part-time basis to teach in our undergraduate program. The Arab World Studies program is based in the Department of Critical Race, Gender & Culture Studies. We welcome applicants who can teach broadly on the Arab World for our introductory courses, as well as more specialized topics around your area of expertise.

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Postdoctoral Scholar in Iranian Studies

USC Department of Middle East Studies

The Department of Middle East Studies at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles invites applications for a one-year Farhang Foundation Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship in Iranian Studies. Researchers with training in cultural studies, film, and literature are particularly encouraged to apply.

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Visiting Assistant Professor in Islam

Kenyon College

Kenyon College invites applications for a one-year Visiting Assistant Professor (VAP) in Religious Studies with a specialization in Islam as a sabbatical replacement. We seek a broadly trained scholar of religion who can teach Islam in a range of historical and geographic contexts engaging with material culture, textual analysis, and/or ethnography.

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