The Middle East Studies Association of North America invites and encourages submissions for its 56th Annual Meeting to be held in the fall of 2022.
The Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University invites applications for its Summer Institute for Israel Studies (SIIS) Faculty Fellowship, open to faculty in all disciplines with an interest in Israel Studies.
AIMS announces its annual Grants Program for academic year 2022-2023 beginning in July 2022 and invites submissions of papers by Graduate Student members of AIMS (The AIMS Graduate Student Association, GSA) for the Mark Tessler Graduate Student Prize Award.
The Palestinian American Research Center (PARC) has announced three research and travel fellowship competitions for faculty members, PhD and doctoral students, one of which has a deadline approaching; a Faculty Development Seminar for U.S. faculty members scholars who are interested in Palestine but little travel experience to Palestine.
An online conference devoted to understanding current queer methodologies used in the study of the Middle East. Abstracts due Dec. 15.
The Department of History at Gonzaga University in Spokane Washington invites applications for a full-time tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor for a scholar of Middle East History, beginning in the fall semester of 2022.
This virtual event will empower Wisconsin’s K-12 educators to teach on genocide and fulfill the mandates of Act 30, the new law passed by the Wisconsin legislature and Governor Evers in April 2021. It will offer participants the chance to hear presentations by top experts and acquire free book sets and other practical materials for teaching on the subject of genocide and five specific cases: the Holocaust, Cambodia, Rwanda, Argentina, and the Uyghurs in China.
Student applications for Summer 2022 now open (SEASSI opening by the end of this week)!
The Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS) & IRIS NRC have two funding opportunities:
Graduate Student Summer Fieldwork Award and the Scott Kloeck-Jenson Fellowship
Online Information Session on Thursday, December 16, 2021 at 1 pm via Zoom
In an opulent, candlelit mansion, a wealthy family schemes against one another in pursuit of the remains of their inheritance. Chess of the Wind is an essential addition to the canon of Iranian art cinema (MK). Co-presented with the support of UW Madison’s Middle East Studies Program.