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Call for Submissions: Public Diplomacy in The Muslim World

University of Southern California (Society of Public Diplomats)

Public Diplomacy Magazine, a distinguished publication of the Association of Public Diplomacy Scholars (APDS) at USC, with the unwavering support of the USC Center on Public Diplomacy and the Annenberg School for Communication extends an exclusive invitation to contribute to the forthcoming issue of Public Diplomacy Magazine.

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CFP: Jews in the Americas

The University of Kansas

The Center of Global and International Studies and the Jewish Studies Program at the University of Kansas are pleased to announce a call for papers for "Jews in the Americas” Conference, to be held on 18-19 April 2024 at the University of Kansas, Lawrence.

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Published Title | Éirinn & Iran go Brách

Anthem Press

Anthem Press is pleased to announce the just published title "Éirinn & Iran Go Brách: Iran in Irish-Nationalist Historical, Literary, Cultural, and Political Imaginations from the Late-18th Century to 1921" by Mansour Bonakdarian, and would like to send information to the members of the Middle East Studies Association about the title.

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Curator - Islamic Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Met is seeking an established and experienced scholar in the art and architecture of the Islamic world between 650-1250 C.E., with a good knowledge of Arabic as a language and of historical, literary, and documentary sources in Arabic, as well as a broad view of Arabic-speaking cultures and networks of exchange that includes the Western Mediterranean, parts of Africa and the wider Indian Ocean throughout history to the present.

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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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Images of Etel Adnan

Literatures of Annihilation, Exile, and Resistance

This event is taking place in remembrance of Etel Adnan, the beloved Lebanese-American poet, essayist, and visual artist, who passed away in November 2021. She is survived by her longtime partner, renowned Syrian Lebanese artist Simone Fattal.

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