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Dr. Shadi Mokhtari, alumna of the School of International Service, announces the publication of her new book, After Abu Ghraib: Exploring Human Rights in America and the Middle East. After Abu Ghraib explores the intersection of three human rights struggles in the post-9/11 era. The book provides considerable insight into the centrality of human rights in current developments in the Middle East. Dr. Mokhtari is co-winner of the 2010 American Politcal Science Association Human Rights Section Best Book Award.
Check out Dr. Kristin Diwan's thought-provoking article on Kuwait on the Foreign Policy blog's Middle East Channel. Click here to read the article.
SPA Associate Professor Diane Singerman pioneers multifaceted, multimedia program to bring diverse perspectives on the Middle East to the public forefront.
SPA doctoral candidate in political science Sarah Fischer explores the politics of the headscarf in Turkey.
Check back periodically for updated MES Events.
Wednesday, December 3
"The Search for an Ebola Vaccine" by Leading Ebola Researcher Leslie Lobel
Thursday, December 4
JSA Pancake Night
Thursday, January 15
To the Gates of Jerusalem: Book Talk with Richard Breitman and Norman Goda