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Virtual Conversation Table Open to Arabic Speakers of All Levels
The last session of Arabic Conversation Table for the Fall 2020 semester will meet from 2-3 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 1, via Zoom. Make a cup of coffee and join them for the conversation.
Arabic Conversation Table will meet from 2-3 p.m. (CST) on Tuesday, Nov. 10, and Tuesday, Dec. 1. Make a cup of coffee and join us for the conversation on Zoom!
Middle East Studies Program Announces Courses for Spring 2021
Course offerings reflect the diverse specialties and academic interests of the program's faculty, and maybe used to satisfy requirements for the Middle East studies major and minor.
4th Annual Poetry Festival Brings Celebrated Poets to Northwest Arkansas Oct 30-31
The Open Mouth Reading Series invites poetry lovers from all walks of life to attend a series of virtual readings and workshops Oct. 30 and 31 as part of the fourth annual Open Mouth Poetry Festival.
Etel Adnan Poetry Prize Winner Jessica Abughattas to Read at Virtual Festival Oct. 30
Jessica Abughattas, Arab American poet and winner of the Etel Adnan Poetry Prize, will read from her prize-winning poetry collection Strip Friday, Oct. 30 as part of the fourth annual Open Mouth Poetry Festival.
Middle East Studies Forum to Discuss Anti-Black Racism in the Middle East, Today
The King Fahd Center for Middle East Studies will host "Anti-Black Racism in the Middle East," a forum featuring regional experts and Middle East Studies faculty, at 11 a.m. today, Oct. 26, via Zoom.
Fourth Annual Open Mouth Readings Festival Goes Virtual to Celebrate Poetry
The Open Mouth Reading Series invites poetry lovers from all walks of life to attend a series of virtual readings and workshops on Oct. 30-31.
Middle East Studies Forum to Discuss Anti-Black Racism in the Middle East, Oct. 26
Samaher AlDhamin, Alshaatha Alsharji and Ted Swedenburg will interrogate constructions and understandings of blackness, race and culture in the Arab World in this panel moderated by Mohja Kahf.
Fulbright College Announces 2020 Annual Faculty Teaching and Research Awards
Fulbright College teaching and research faculty awards go to Todd Cleveland, Samantha Robinson, Bret Schulte, Lindsey Aloia, Susanne Striegler, Suresh Kumar Thallapuranam, and Kathleen Doody.
Hammond to Discuss History, Politics and the Opening of Taipei Grand Mosque, Tonight
Kelly Hammond, assistant professor of history and Asian studies, will give a lecture tonight titled "Cold War Mosque: Asian geopolitics, the politicization of religious spaces, and the Taipei Mosque."