May 13, 2011 - May 14, 2011
George Mason University
Presented by the Arab Studies Institute (ASI), in collaboration with Middle East Studies Program and the Ali Vural Ak Center for Global Islamic Studies at George Mason University
Rabab Abdulhadi, Ziad Abu-Rish,As’ad Abukhalil,Tony Alessandrini, Paul Amar, Cemil Aydin, Shiva Balaghi, Asli Bali,Joel Beinin,Michaelle Browers, Jason Brownlee, Noura Erakat, James Gelvin, Peter Gran, Bassam Haddad, Lisa Hajjar, Sumaiya Hamdani, Linda He
Forty participants came together for a two-day conference entitled "Teaching The Middle East after The Tunisian and Egyptian Revolutions . . . Beyond Orientalism, Islamaphobia, and Neoliberalism." Click here to see the list of participants and abstract titles, the conference agenda, and a series of panel summaries
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.