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Welcome to the UCLA Center for Near Eastern Studies, one of the country’s oldest organized research centers for study of the Middle East and North Africa. Since 1957 we have furthered interdisciplinary understanding of the region through conferences, symposia, lectures, scholarly research, teacher workshops, partnerships with area schools and colleges, public programs, language training, and supporting graduate and undergraduate instruction.
Wednesday, November 14, 201812:00 PMNew location: 314 Royce Hall
Friday, November 16, 201810:00 AM314 Royce Hall
Friday, November 16, 201812:00 PM - 1:00 PM11348 Charles E. Young Research Library
Faculty members from two UCLA departments combine forces to report on a little-known minority group: Jewish communities in North Africa during the Holocaust.
Kara Cooney, UCLA professor of Egyptian Art and Architecture, has published a riveting article in Time magazine about six queens who achieved enormous power in ancient Egypt. What they did with it is a warning for today.
Heckman has been appointed to the Neufeld-Levin Holocaust Endowed Chair at UC Santa Cruz.
A book talk and discussion with authors Ece Temelkuran and Molly Crabapple
A lecture by Alireza Doostdar (The University of Chicago Divinity School)
A lecture by Edhem Eldem (Collège de France)
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