October 20, 2017 ICC 662 4pm-5:30pm
Fahad Bishara, University of Virginia
"Writing Across the Waters: Space, Time, and History on an Indian Ocean Dhow."
December 8, 2017 ICC 662 4pm-5:30pm
Shay Hazkani, University of Maryland
"1948 from Below: A Transnational History of War for Palestine."
January 19, 2018 ICC 662 5pm-6:30pm (updated date & time from 1/23/18)
Faisal Husain, PhD candidate, Department of History, Georgetown University
“The Waves That Roar: The Ottoman Gunboat in the Tigris-Euphrates Basin, 1546-1780.” Co-sponsored with Environmental History and Early Modern workshops.
March 16, 2018 ICC 662 4pm-5:30pm
Nükhet Varlık, Rutgers University
“The Disappearance of Plague and the Ottoman Empire”
April 6, 2018 ICC 662 4pm-5:30pm
Nadya Sbaiti, American University of Beirut
"Reflections on Tourism as History in Lebanon"
The New Middle East: The First World War 100 Years Later
October 7, 2:00 PM, ICC 462
Aimee Genell, University of Miami
"“Long Live Article 12!”: Woodrow Wilson and Autonomy in the Ottoman Empire.”
November 19, 1:30 PM, CCAS Boardroom, enter through ICC 241
Melanie Tanielian, University of Michigan Ann Arbor
"A 'Purely Local Initiative': Civil Society and Wartime Relief in Ottoman Beirut"
January 28, 5:00 PM, CCAS Boardroom
Devi Mays, University of Michigan
"Recounting the Past, Shaping the Future: Ladino Literary Representations of World War I"
April 7, 5:30 PM, CCAS Boardroom
Chris Rominger, The City University of New York
"Tunisian Jews and the First World War: Uncertainty, Opportunity, and Mobility"
April 14, 5:30 PM, CCAS Boardroom
John Bragg, New Jersey City University
"Here We Are Annoyed": Contesting Citizenship and Capitulatory Rights in the U.S. Consular District of Trebizond (1886-1921)
L. Carl Brown, Princeton University
"The Middle Eastern Dimension of World War One: A Century of History and Historiography"
Yiğit Akın, Tulane University
"They're Gathered Up to Die!: Popular Perceptions of the First World War in the Ottoman Empire"
Najwa al-Qattan, Loyola Marymount University
"Remembering the Great War in Lebanon: Everything, Including the Plague"
Issam Nassar, Illinois State University
"Photographing the Great War on the Palestinian Front"
Saleh Hamayel, Carnegie Centennial Fellow, CCAS, workshop paper
Roundtable with Georgetown Faculty and Students
Jessica Winegar, Interim Director, Program in Middle East and North African Studies, and Asst Professor, Department of Anthropology, Northwestern University
"A Civilized Revolution: Aesthetics, Political Action, and Urban Space in Egypt"
Elizabeth Thompson, University of Virginia
"Justice Interrupted: The Buried History of Syria's Baath Party"
"Tears in Tahrir from Tamer: The Arabic Language Music Industry and the Arab Spring"
Ellis Goldberg, professor of political science and Director of Middle East Center, University of Washington
"What Did You Learn in the Revolution?"
Vijay Prashad, Trinity College
“Global Bonapartism and the Challenge of the South”
Marnia Lazreg, Hunter College-City University of NY
“Decolonization or counter-insurgency war? Paradoxes in Fanon's Theory”