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Middle East & North African Studies

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MENA Mondays. New Directions in MENA Studies. Orit Bashkin, University of Chicago.
April 28, 2014 • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
University Hall 1897 Sheridan Road 201, Hagstrum Room, 

MENA Mondays. Halaqa Series (language and culture). Dabke Dance!
May 5, 2014 • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
University Hall 1897 Sheridan Road 201, Hagstrum Room,  

MENA Mondays Series. Daniel Brumberg, Georgetown University
May 12, 2014 • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
University Hall 1897 Sheridan Road 201, Hagstrum Room, 

MENA Mondays. MENA Grad Event.
May 19, 2014 • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
University Hall 1897 Sheridan Road 201, Hagstrum Room, 

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ontheground 

On the Ground: New Directions in Middle East and North African Studies, edited by Brian Edwards, and featuring the work of 8 core faculty in MENA, was released in print on February 6, 2014. An online edition with full text of the contents is available here.

About

The Middle East and North African Studies Program (MENA) at Northwestern University offers interdisciplinary approaches to one of the most dynamic regions in the world—stretching from Morocco in the west to Iran and the Gulf States in the east, the Mediterranean in the north and into Saharan Africa and the Sudan in the south. MENA provides education in languages (Arabic, Persian and Turkish), histories, literatures and sociocultural specificities of this diverse area, while examining its global affiliations.

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Photo Gallery


Brian Edwards,Tehran, 2009


Jessica Winegar, Egypt, 2011


Brian Edwards, Isfahan, 2007


Hannah Feldman, Algiers


Brian Edwards, Fes


Hannah Feldman, Doha, Qatar


Brian Edwards, Casablanca, 2011


Jessica Winegar, Egypt, 2011


Brian Edwards, Casablanca, 2011


Brian Edwards, Cairo, 2009


Elizabeth Hurd, Damascus, 2009


Brian Edwards, Cairo, 2009