November 08, 2010
“Whither the Gulf?: Accomplishments, Challenges & Dangers”
The Middle East Institute of the National University of Singapore is holding a major international conference on “Whither the Gulf?: Accomplishments, Challenges & Dangers” May 19-20, 2011. While we have invited several prominent scholars to make presentations, we are also holding open slots for scholars (especially younger ones) with whom we may not be familiar and who are doing interesting work on the Gulf.
Through this conference, the Middle East Institute aims to create a forum to discuss strategic contexts, economic trends, social and cultural issues, and educational challenges, in addition to focusing on issues relating to Iraq, Iran, the GCC, and governance. Please feel free to contact Michael C. Hudson, Director of Middle East Insitute, firstname.lastname@example.org, or his assistant Rana Khoury, email@example.com, with any inquiries.
Deadline is December 1, 2010.
Posted by kekeenan at November 8, 2010 12:25 PM
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