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  1. ANTH 3559

    New Course in Anthropology Undergraduate 1.00- 4.00 New course in the subject of Anthropology. ...

    artsci - 2011-11-30 13:45

  2. NEW COURSE- ARAB 3559: Arabic Calligraphy

    This course is an introduction to the art of Arabic calligraphy as one of the fields of Arabic language cultural production. The readings, workshops, and discussions will be directed towards exploring not only Arabic calligraphy as an art, but as an exten ...

    manager - 2015-08-05 13:42

  3. NEW COURSE- ARTR 3559: Arabic Literary Delights: Humor, Food, and Erotology

    This course ventures into the fascinating words and worlds of premodern Arab-Islamic leisure and pleasure. We will focus specifically on the literary representation of and socio-cultural/theosophical debate on humor, pleasantry, wit, frivolity, eating, fe ...

    manager - 2015-08-20 12:53

  4. NEW COURSE- MEST 3559: Between Europe and the Middle East: Identity, Migration, and the Current Refugee Crisis

    In what ways is the current refugee crisis a radical event, and to what extent does it reshape both Europe and the Middle East? How do previously-formed notions of religion, migration, and integration affect the willingness of European citizens to accept ...

    manager - 2015-11-16 13:22

  5. NEW COURSE- ARTR 3559: Ethics, Morality, Law in Islam

    Monday, Nov 30, 2015- 3:00 pm ...

    manager - 2015-11-30 15:01

  6. NEW COURSE- ARAB 3559/5559: The Other in Premodern Arabic Sources

    Monday, Nov 30, 2015- 3:00 pm ...

    manager - 2015-11-30 15:02

  7. NEW COURSE- SAST 3559: Religious Culture of South Asia

    Wednesday, Jan 13, 2016- 12:45 pm ...

    manager - 2016-01-13 12:42

  8. NEW COURSE- MESA 3559-002: Introduction to the Life and Career of Muhammad

    Monday, Nov 30, 2015- 3:00 pm ...

    manager - 2016-01-13 12:43

  9. NEW COURSE- PERS 3559/5559: Human Rights in Iran

    Instructor: Mehrangiz Kar Beginning with the Constitutional revolution of 1905-11 and its two central concerns--limiting the power of the king and the establishment of a House of Justice (civil courts), this course studies the struggle for and the social ...

    manager - 2017-06-05 08:52

  10. NEW COURSE- PETR 3559: Women's Rights in Iran

    Instructor: Mehrangiz Kar A widespread and longstanding struggle for gender equity and reform within the family unit characterizes contemporary Iranian history. This course will introduce students to Iranian Laws and the historical, socio-cultural, Islami ...

    manager - 2017-06-05 08:53

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