CMES's ongoing lecture series cover everything from Modern Turkey to Middle East politics to Israeli culture. We also offer several occasional seminars, as well as ad hoc lectures and events. For a full list of upcoming events, visit our Event Calendar.
The Arabian Peninsula Studies Lecture Series addresses a geopolitical shift in international focus to the countries of the Arabian Peninsula, including Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Kuwait. The series covers all disciplines in the humanities and social sciences.
The CMES Arabic Language Seminar is an occasional seminar delivered in Arabic.
The CMES Director's Series showcases the work of scholars from different disciplines working on the Middle East.
The Hamilton A.R. Gibb Lecture Series is an annual series of lectures that focus on Islamic studies and medieval history, given by a distinguished scholar invited once a year as the Gibb lecturer.
ILLS aims to stimulate academic debate about the multifaceted nature of Israeli society.
The CMES Middle East Forum is a regular seminar series where prominent scholars lecture on the modern history of the Middle East.
The WCFIA/CMES Middle East Seminar is a regular lecture series focused on current Middle East politics.
The Hilda B. Silverman Lecture is an annual lectureship on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Israeli studies, Palestinian and Arab studies, and Holocaust studies.
An occasional seminar which presents the work of historians of Ottoman history.
The Seminar on Turkey in the Modern World was a regular seminar focused on modern Turkey.