Relationships, Emotions and Monuments: The Great Mughals, 1526-1707
A paper presented by Francis Robinson, University of London.
Revisiting Safavid Origins in Light of Contemporary Documents
A paper presented by Ali Anooshahr, University of California at Davis.
The Short-Term Society, A study in the Long-Term Problems of Political and Economic Development in Iran
A lecture by Homayoun Katouzian, University of Oxford
Eternal Stones: Historical Memory and Notions of History Among the Early Turkic Peoples
A paper by Peter Golden, Rutgers University
Opportunities for Scholars and Students with the Council of American Research Centers
A talk with Dr. Mary Ellen Lane, Executive Director of the Council of American Overseas Research Centers
The Donme: Jewish Converts, Muslim Revolutionaries, and Secular Turks
A lecture by Marc David Baer, UC Irvine
Indus Urbanism and Trade: Recent Discoveries from India and Pakistan
A lecture by Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, University of Wisconsin Madison
Arab-Afghans, Jihad, and the Roots of 9/11
A lecture by Thomas Hegghammer, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
Devastation And Controversy: Consequences of the US Invasion for Iraqi Archives
A lecture by Jeff Spurr, Harvard University
Imagining Hafez: Rabindranath Tagore in Iran, 1932
A lecture by Afshin Marashi, California State University, Sacramento
Talk of Darkness: Human Rights in Morocco
A public reading and lecture by author and human rights activist Fatna El Bouih
CNES Launches Podcasts on Post-9/11 Middle East
A Fall 2006 lecture series goes live. The first speaker, Rutgers political scientist Eric Davis, charts a path towards democracy in Iraq.