This page lists resources and activities especially for graduate students. Be sure to also check out the Center’s general student resources.
Graduate students in all departments and schools at Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill are eligible to enroll this certificate program, which trains students for interdisciplinary research in Middle East studies.
A subfield in the Religious Department’s Ph.D. program.
A newly established M.A. concentration that spans French and Arabic studies
The School of Information and Library Science (SILS) is seeking doctoral student applicants interested in Middle Eastern Studies and librarianship. These two-year Fellowships are funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS). View the informational flyer.
Resources & Activities
Since 2004, graduate students from Duke and UNC have collaborated on an annual conference on Islamic studies in the spring semester.
Sponsored by the Study of Islam Section, American Academy of Religion. You should also consult the employment listings from the Middle East Studies Association.