Issues in Middle East Studies


Issues in Middle East Studies (IMES) appears biannually in the Spring and Fall. IMES is emailed to MESA members and placed in the myMESA system for member access. Issues of IMES include annual meeting highlights, reports from committees on interesting matters, graduate student activities, updates from sister organizations, trends in the field, pedagogical issues, etc. IMES is available only through membership in the Association. Members can opt to receive IMES by mail if they prefer (for foreign addresses, there is postage fee of $10). Questions about IMES should be directed to Sara Palmer at [email protected].


Sara L. Palmer

Middle East Studies Association
3542 N. Geronimo Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85705
520 333-2577 ext. 103 phone
520 207-3166 fax
[email protected]

Documents & Links

Presidents’ Letters

2014 Nathan Brown, George Washington University

2013 Peter Sluglett, National University of Singapore

2012 Fred M. Donner, University of Chicago

2011 Suad Joseph, University of California, Davis

2010 Roger M.A. Allen, University of Pennsylvania

2009 Virginia Aksan, McMaster University

2008 Mervat Hatem, Howard University

2007 Zachary Lockman, New York University

2006 Juan Cole, University of Michigan

2005 Ali Banuazizi, Boston College

2004 Laurie Brand, University of Southern California

2003 Lisa Anderson, Columbia University

2002 Joel Beinin, Stanford University

2001 R. Stephen Humphreys, University of California, Santa Barbara

2000 Jere L. Bacharach, University of Washington

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