UVA Set to Offer New, Semester-Long Study-Abroad Program in India
UVA Today interviews Geeta Patel and John Echeverri-Gent about new study abroad program in India. Click here to read the full article by Jane Kelly.
Her Voice Is Undying: Farzaneh Milani Remembers "Lioness of Iran"
UVA Today article covers Professor Milani's remembrance of the famous Iranian poet, Simin Behbahani, after her recent death. Click here to read more.
First International & Interdisciplinary Conference on Trust and Islamic Capital
Hosted by: The Center of Islamic Finance and the University of East London. Click here for more information.
UVA Today Features Jefferson Research by MESALC Faculty Scott Harrop
Let Freedom Ring: U.Va. Professor Rediscovers Sacred Story Behind Jefferson Statue. UVA Today article covers MESALC faculty Scott Harrop's Thomas Jefferson research. Story by Lauren Jones. Click here to read more!
UVA Today Features MESALC Summer Course "Recent Revolutions in the Islamic World"
Summer Session: Students Contemplate Islamic Uprisings as they Unfold. UVA Today article featuring MESALC instructor Scott Harrop and his summer course "Recent Revolutions in the Islamic World." Story by Lauren Jones. Click here to read more!
2014 MESALC Newsletter
The Spring 2014 edition of the MESALC newsletter is now available! Click the following link to view it: http://mesalc.virginia.edu/newsletter.
May Course - HIST 3775: Americans in the Middle East
HIST 3775 AMERICANS IN THE MIDDLE EAST
UVA Today Article features MESALC class with Hoda Barakat
UVA Today recently published an article about MESALC's first author-in-residence, Hoda Barakat. Professor Hanadi Al-Samman invited Hoda to be a special guest lecture for her class, ARAB 4559/8559: Love, War, and Exile in Hoda Barakat's Narrative. Click here to read the full article!
2014 IWL Film Series
301 Wilson Hall
The Institute of World Languages at UVa is hosting its 2014 International Film Series. The series will show 8 films from around the world. All films are free to attend and are subtitled in English.
All film showings will be held in Wilson 301 on Wednesdays from 6:30-9:00pm.
Click here to download the promotional flier with the dates and times of specific films.
New Course: Beyond Headlines: Reading Persian Newspaper
New Spring 2014 course - PERS 3559/5559 - Beyond Headlines: Reading Persian Newspaper. Enroll Now!