Nov. 28 Discussion on Crisis in Yemen with Prof. Ross Brann7:30pm in Warren 150, Professor Ross Brann, Department of Near Eastern Studies, will be holding a discussion on the Crisis in Yemen.
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I feel fortunate to have interacted with so many brilliant individuals in a setting that was both academic and personal. The Near Eastern Studies program has facilitated an atmosphere of camaraderie and provided space for dynamic, divergent interests to coalesce.
— Arwah Yaqub, Class of 2016
Why major in Near Eastern studies?
The Near/Middle East is a region that has had an important impact on the development of human history and plays a vital role in today's world community. Encompassing the Near East from ancient times to the modern period, the department's course offerings encourage students to take an interdisciplinary approach to the cultures of this region and emphasize methods of historical and literary analysis. We've got incredible and enthusiastic faculty who are dedicated to their students, and passionate about their field of research (some might say obssessed, but who are we to judge). We offer a major and minor in near eastern studies, and a minor in Arabic and we can’t wait to get to know you!
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