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2017 Jun 15

Theory and Political Praxis in Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court: From 2011 to 2017

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Harvard University, location TBA

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies presents

The Honorable Deputy Chief Justice Adel Omar Sherif 
Dr. h.c. Adel Omar Sherif is the Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt; a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law at Dedman School of Law, Southern Methodist… Read more about Theory and Political Praxis in Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court: From 2011 to 2017

2017 Jun 14

Theory and Political Praxis in Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court: From Its Founding to 2011

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Harvard University, location TBA

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies presents

The Honorable Deputy Chief Justice Adel Omar Sherif 
Dr. h.c. Adel Omar Sherif is the Deputy Chief Justice of the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt; a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law at Dedman School of Law, Southern Methodist… Read more about Theory and Political Praxis in Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court: From Its Founding to 2011

2017 May 08

Why France fears Islam: Religion, Democracy and human rights in the time of elections

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

CMES, Rm 102, 38 Kirkland St, Cambridge, MA 02138

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies presents

Jocelyne Cesarimusulman et citoyen
Professor of Religion and Politics, Department of Theology and Religion, Director of Research, Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion, University of Birmingham

Read more about Why France fears Islam: Religion, Democracy and human rights in the time of elections

2017 Apr 19

Syria-- What Next?

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

CMES, Rm 102, 38 Kirkland St, Cambridge, MA 02138

A CMES discussion about the recent events in Syria

with

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A.J. Meyer Professor of Modern Middle East History, Emeritus, Department of History, Harvard University, and

Melani Cammett
Professor of Government, Harvard University; Faculty Affiliate, Belfer Center's Middle East Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School

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Designing for Darkness: What Can Latin American Cities Learn From the Arabian Peninsula?

April 13, 2017

Andreina Seijas, an incoming doctoral student at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, attended the April 7-8 symposium After Dark: Nocturnal Landscapes and Public Spaces in the Arabian Peninsula, jointly sponsored by the Aka Khan Program at the GSD and by Harvard's Center for Middle Eastern Studies. In her Ciudades Sostenibles blog, Seijas writes about the challenges of urban design in the Arabian Peninsula, regarding especially the night-time urban landscape, that participants explored, and she speculates how some of the lessons learned and in progress in the Arabian Peninsula might apply to Latin American cities facing similar challenges.

2017 Apr 07

After Dark: Nocturnal Landscapes and Public Spaces in the Arabian Peninsula

Fri - Sat, Apr 7 to Apr 8, 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Location: 

CGIS South, Rm 020, 1730 Cambridge St; Piper Auditorium, Grad School of Design 48 Quincy St

The Aga Khan Program and The Department of Landscape Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design and the CMES Arabian Peninsula Studies Series present

AFTER DARK: Nocturnal Landscapes and Public Spaces in the Arabian Peninsula
In the Arabian Peninsula, public spaces are often most used after darkness falls and the temperatures with it. This symposium explores typologies of nocturnal landscapes common in the Peninsula, and similar hot climates. During this interdisciplinary event, we will ask who uses night-time landscapes and public spaces, what activities are peculiar to the night and ultimately, how to design for life after dark?

If you plan to attend this conference, please register here.… Read more about After Dark: Nocturnal Landscapes and Public Spaces in the Arabian Peninsula

2017 Apr 07

Brazil's Middle East Policy: A Conversation with Hussein Kalout

2:00pm to 3:30pm

Location: 

Littauer Bldg, Belfer Center Library, Room L369, Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, MA

The Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies present

Hussein KaloutKalout
Special Secretary for Strategic Affairs of Brazil, Political Scientist, Professor of International Relations

Moderated by Payam Mohseni, Iran Project Director… Read more about Brazil's Middle East Policy: A Conversation with Hussein Kalout

2017 Mar 31

Talking Tehran: In conversation with the Rezaians

1:15pm to 3:15pm

Location: 

Sever Hall, Room 113, Harvard Yard (between Widener & Memorial Church), Cambridge, MA

The Journal of Middle Eastern Politics and Policy (JMEPP) and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies present

Jason Rezaian, American journalist, and Yeganeh and Jason Rezaian
Yeganeh Rezaian, Iranian journalist

Jason Rezaian, ex-Tehran bureau chief for the Washington Post, and Iranian journalist Yeganeh Rezaian, will discuss Iran today, including the upcoming Iranian Presidential elections, the aftermath of the Nuclear Deal, and women's rights in Iran.… Read more about Talking Tehran: In conversation with the Rezaians

2017 Mar 30

The Naksa Fifty Years Later: New Sources, Questions and Approaches to the ‘67 War

Thu - Fri, Mar 30 to Mar 31, 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Location: 

Williams James Hall, Lecture Hall B1, Lower Level, 33 Kirkland St, Cambridge, MA

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies presents a conference

On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the June 1967 War, this event seeks to explore new approaches to understand and rethink this pivotal and transformative moment in the history of the modern Middle East. At stake is the search for new sources that can shed light on the war and its long term repercussions for Arab societies.

Organized by: William Granara, Professor of Arabic, Director, Center for Middle Eastern Studies; and Khaled Fahmy, Shawwaf Visiting Professor in Modern Middle Eastern History; Professor of History, American University of Cairo… Read more about The Naksa Fifty Years Later: New Sources, Questions and Approaches to the ‘67 War

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