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Lecture: Mark Farha, ‘The Contagion of Confessionalism in the Middle East: Historical Sources and Political Remedies’
Please join the Carolina Seminar on Global and Modern Transnational History for a talk by Mark Farha on 'The Contagion of Confessionalism in the Middle East: Historical Sources and Political Remedies'. Mark Farha obtained his PhD from Harvard University in 2007 where he also served as a Head Teaching Fellow with distinction. From 2008-2015, he served as Assistant Professor of Government at the School of Foreign Service in Doha, Qatar. He is a fellow of the University of Bielefeld and was…Find out more »