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Afroz Taj: Poet, Actor, Radio Host

December 7, 2016

Artist After Hours, a series from Carolina Arts and Sciences Magazine, features interviews with faculty, staff and students in the College of Arts and Sciences who pursue artistic avocations in areas not directly related to their day jobs or studies. … Continued

Calligraphy Brings New Script to Students

December 4, 2016

Calligraphy is a difficult art to master, especially when you’re writing with a piece of bamboo and an ink pen. But Thursday night, Farida Badr, an Arabic lecturer, made it work and facilitated UNC’s first Arabic calligraphy competition. Badr said … Continued

Wagner College | History Visiting Assistant Professor of History

December 4, 2016

The Wagner College Department of History seeks a one-year visiting Assistant Professor in the History of the Islamic World With a Specialization in Africa and the Middle East or South Asia to begin Fall 2017.   Teaching requirements include introductory Global History survey course, … Continued

Advancing Education for Children Displaced by War

November 23, 2016

There’s another side to the conflict in the Middle East – one you don’t often hear about on the news. More than four million Syrian refugees have been uprooted by war. Many families forced to flee their homes have sought … Continued

College of William and Mary | Lecturer of Arabic Studies

November 22, 2016

The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at the College of William and Mary invites  applications for a non-tenure track position in the Arabic  Studies program that will begin August 10, 2017. We seek a professional, skilled  instructor who can teach … Continued

Georgetown University in Qatar | Dean

November 22, 2016

Georgetown University is seeking an individual of significant accomplishment, recognized stature and compelling public presence to serve as dean of Georgetown University in Qatar. Witt/Kieffer has been asked by the university to support this search and invites confidential inquiries, nominations … Continued