This page lists resources and activities especially for graduate students. Be sure to also check out the Center’s general student resources.
- Duke-UNC Graduate Certificate in Middle East Studies | 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.
- Graduate program in Islamic Studies | A subfield in the Religious Department’s Ph.D. program.
- M.A. in Romance Languages with a concentration in Franco-Arab Studies | A newly established M.A. concentration that spans French and Arabic studies
- Educating Librarians in the Middle East Fellowship | 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
- The Annual Duke-UNC Graduate Islamic Studies Conference | Since 2004, graduate students from Duke and UNC have collaborated on an annual conference on Islamic studies in the spring semester.
- Job postings | Sponsored by the Study of Islam Section, American Academy of Religion. You should also consult the employment listings from the Middle East Studies Association.