The Middle East History and Theory Workshop (MEHAT) is pleased to announce our schedule for Winter 2016.
All meetings will be held from 12-1:20pm in Pick 218 unless otherwise noted. Pizza will be served.
Papers will be circulated a week before the workshop meeting via our listserv. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
January 7 – Tolga Cora (NELC)
“Ottomanism in Practice: Armenian Notables and Imperial Reform in the 1860s and 1870s”
Discussant: Dr. Hakan Karateke (NELC)
January 21 – Chelsie May (NELC)
“Intersectionality, Belonging and the Immigration of Arab Jewish Women: Reading Louise Cohen, Shoshana Levy, and Shoshana Almoslino between Iraq and Israel”
Discussant: Kara A. Peruccio (NELC)
February 4 – Atoor Lawandow (Cornell NES)
“‘Alī Āzād Bilgrāmī and the Expression of Affinity to Homeland before “Modernity”
Discussant: Annie Greene (NELC)
February 18 – Ekin Enacar (NELC)
Discussant: Maddy Elfenbein (NELC)
February 25 – Dr. Marion Katz (NYU)
March 3 – Aamir Bashir (NELC)
“Early Development of Sunni Fiqh: A Study of Role played by Muhammad b. al-Hasan al-Shaybani (d. 805)”
Discussant: Amir Toft (NELC)
March 8 – “The Provinces Strike Back”
Speakers: Basil Salem (History), Annie Greene (NELC), Tolga Cora (NELC), and Varak Ketsemanian (CMES)