A paper presented by Mahmoud Omidsalar, California State University Los Angeles. Part of the conference The Shahnameh: Iran's National Epic.
A paper presented by Amin Banani, UCLA. Part of the conference The Shahnameh: Iran's National Epic.
A paper presented by Olga Davidson, Boston University. Part of the conference The Shahnameh: Iran's National Epic.
Drug-economy experts to discuss findings in Washington, D.C., July 6.
A paper presented by Robert Dankoff, University of Chicago.
A paper presented by Svat Soucek, Princeton University.
A paper presented by Francis Robinson, University of London.
A paper presented by Ali Anooshahr, University of California at Davis.
A paper presented by C. Edmund Bosworth, University of Manchaster.
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
A paper presented by Gary Leiser, Independent Scholar.
Trans-regional Contacts and Relationships: Turks, Mongols and the Delhi Sultanate in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries
A paper presented by Sunil Kumar, School of Oriental and African Studies.
A paper presented by Benedek Peri, Budapest University.
A paper by Peter Golden, Rutgers University
The 5,500-year-old enclosed leather shoe, found with the laces intact, is of a type known in climes distant from Armenia.
The Y & S Nazarian Family Foundation has made donations totaling $5 million to the university, which helped establish the Israel Studies Program in 2005 and created an endowment for the center.
A talk with Dr. Mary Ellen Lane, Executive Director of the Council of American Overseas Research Centers
At the 5th annual conference on "Enriching the Middle East's Economic Future," held in conjunction with the Doha Forum, distinguished participants search for practical solutions to regional issues. The three-day event has been organized by the UCLA Center for Middle East Development.
Rand Corporation and Israel
Turkish director Atil Inac discusses the challenges of telling, in two countries and four languages, the story of a young ethnic Turkmen woman who is pressured into committing an act of terror and revenge. An on-campus screening and discussion of "A Step into the Darkness" concluded the 5th annual Southeast European Film Festival.
Steven Spiegel, the director of the Center for Middle East Development at UCLA, presents the innovative and informal negotiation techniques that he is urging the Obama administration to employ as it pursues security in this historically volatile region.
A lecture by Jonathan Mark Kenoyer, University of Wisconsin Madison
A lecture by Marc David Baer, UC Irvine
A lecture by Thomas Hegghammer, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
A lecture by Jeff Spurr, Harvard University
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