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Fall 2014


Professor Title School Course Number Time
Shannon Music & Revolution: Perspective from the Middle East and North Africa Graduate Center MES 72900, MUS 83100, ANTH 70700 GC: M, 6.30-8.30
Asad Betrayal Graduate Center ANTH 81400 GC: M, 11.45-1.45
Khalil Crowds and North Africa Graduate Center MES 76900 or FREN 79140 GC: W, 4.15-6.15 p.m.
Haj History and Theory of the Middle East II Graduate Center MES 73900 or HIST 78000 GC: W, 6.30-8.30 p.m.
Akasoy & Robinson Violence in Islamic History: Case Studise & Comparisons Graduate Center HIST 78110 or MES 73900 or MALS 78500 GC: R, 2.00-4.00
Lewis From Alexander to Mohammed: Introduction to Cultures of the Mediterranean Graduate Center CLAS 74300 or MALS 74400 or ART 72000 GC: W, 4.15-6.15 p.m
Davis History of the Modern Middle East Graduate Center MES 73000 GC: M, 6.30-8.30
Helie-Lucas Gender, Power, and Culture: Seeking Equality in Muslim Societies Graduate Center MES 73900 GC: R, 6.30-8.30
Kamal Writing Between 2 Languages: Arab-Francophone Literature Graduate Center MES 76900 GC: T, 6.30-8.30
Torpey Sociology of Comparitive Religion Graduate Center MES 75900 GC: W, 11.45-1.45
Carlson Theater of the Middle East Graduate Center MES 76900 or THEA 85400 GC: M, 2.00-4.00
Various Middle Eastern Studies: Internship Graduate Center MES 77000 N/A
Various Independent Study: Middle East Graduate Center MES 79700 N/A
Avcioglu Architecture of the Modern & Contemporary Mosque in the M.E. & Europe Hunter College ArtH710 (Graduate) Hunter: R, 4.10-6.50
Johnson Histories of Decolonization in N. Africa City College HIST B7950 (Graduate) City College: R, 4.50-6.50
Alteras US-Israeli Relations: 1948-Present Queens College HIST 730 (Graduate) Queens: W, 4.30-6.10
Stone Advanced Arabic II Hunter College MES 76002 Hunter: T/R, 12.45-2.00
Haj Arabic Text Readings Graduate Center MES 76500 or HIST 78110 or MALS 78500 GC: W, 4.15-6.15