Arab Uprisings Brown Bag Lecture Series: Saudi Arabia's Counterrevolutions: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
December 5, 2011 @ 12:00pm
Research Hall 161
George Mason University
Presented by the Arab Studies Institute (ASI) and George Mason University's Middle East Studies Program
Rosie Bsheer is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at Columbia University, where she also earned a Master of Arts in International Relations in 2006. Her academic training has been primarily in the history, politics, and culture of the modern Middle East, with a focus on the Arab states of the Persian Gulf. Since 2010, Rosie has also served as Co-Editor for Jadaliyya. Rosie just returned to New York City after two years of conducting dissertation research in Saudi Arabia as an SSRC-IDRF fellow and Columbia University GSAS fellow for her dissertation, currently titled “Making History: Petro-modernity and Spatial Transformations in Saudi Arabia
Forum on Muslim and Arab Affairs
FAMA is the research arm of the Arab Studies Institute.
Forum on Arab and Muslim Affairs (FAMA) is the research arm of the Arab Studies Institute. It produces and oversees ASI’s research projects on overarching issues related to the Arab and broader Muslim worlds, including the Middle East and North Africa. The forum is the home of ASI's Knowledge Production Project, the Political Economy Project, among others. All FAMA projects are operated by the Arab Studies Institute, a nonprofit organization that produces and scrutinizes knowledge on matters related to the Arab world and its relations.