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Department of Near Eastern Studies gives post-election statement
Heritage speakers deepen language skills through Cornell classes
Job Opportunity: Full-time Lecturer of Arabic
Roundtable to discuss war crimes in Syria and Yemen
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
College Scholar reflects on Middle East research
Migration, immigration and refugees today
Student Spotlight: Eilis Monahan
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