All Resources and Opportunities

The presence of an opportunity on MESA's website does not indicate endorsement by MESA. MESA recommends that individuals practice due diligence in dealing with any vendor or institution listed. Specific questions about any listed opportunity should be directed to the organization/person referenced in the listing and not to MESA.

Postings

Anyone wishing to post an opportunity should complete the form found here. If you have a virtual event please complete this form instead. MESA charges $95 for postings on the employment and summer language programs pages. All other postings are free of charge. We will invoice you and provide payment options once we receive your order.  Please note postings will go up only after payment has been received. Postings may not exceed 500 words and will be posted for a maximum of 90 days (repostings will incur an additional $95 charge). Questions may be directed to secretariat@mesana.org.

Saharanism: Intellectual and Literary Histories of a Desert-focused Imagination

Crown Center for Middle East Studies at Brandeis University

In this virtual Crown Seminar, El Guabli, in conversation with Samia Henni, will explore how racialization, extraction, and emptiness have been central to this powerful desert imaginary, which he calls "Saharanism," in sources as varied as colonial scholarship and today's literature, film, and social media.

Read more

Kuwait Chair of Gulf & Arabian Peninsula Affairs, Prof./Prof. of Practice of Int’l Affairs

George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs

The George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs invites nominations and applications for a full-time, non-tenure-accruing, contract faculty position as the Kuwait Chair of Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Affairs and Professor/Professor of Practice of International Affairs.

Read more

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.

Read more

Stay Connected

MESA offers several ways to stay connected: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, as well as listservs and trusty email notifications. To find out more, please follow the link below.

Connect Now