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Course Spotlight: Modern Hebrew at Cornell
Course Spotlight: "Modern Middle Eastern Literature"
Palestinian-Syrian refugees focus of play 'Desert of Light'
Job Opportunity: Two year position as Lecturer of Turkish language
Grants to help digitize glass models, punk flyers
Unique display of Byzantine-influenced art and architecture at Cornell Oct. 6-9
Accepting Applications: Harry Caplan Travel Fellowship
Doctoral student works to uncover birth of inequality on Cyprus
Cornell-led research resolves long-debated Mesopotamia timeline
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Congratulations NES Graduates
New book spotlights Ottoman expansion in Africa
Toorawa on Causley
Savannah Jo Dowling: 'I made the decision to commit myself to pursuing opportunities in the Middle East after I graduate'
Elena Wicker: 'I was lucky to find a field of study that I am truly passionate about'
Colton Siegmund: 'Continually develop your foreign language skills'
Atkinson Center faculty-in-residence fellows announced
Migration, immigration and refugees today
College Scholar reflects on Middle East research
Student Spotlight: Eilis Monahan
Cornell Near Eastern Studies Invites Applications for Teaching Associate in Persian
Professors Weigh Role of Religion in Presidential Election
Medieval Studies Program celebrates 50th Anniversary
Cornell Fulbright students to span the globe in 2016-17
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