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Abstracts are due by May 31st, 2022
Response to abstracts by June 5th, 2022
Conference dates: July 14-16, 2022

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Announced by the the Australian Journal of Islamic Studies

Call for Abstracts
Islamophobia in the Aftermath of Christchurch & the Covid-19 Era

Special Issue Editors

Dr Derya Iner

Senior Lecturer, Charles Sturt University

Prof Scott Poynting

Professor, Charles Sturt University

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39th Annual Film Festival
MEASA is seeking submissions for the 39th Annual MESA Film Festival. The MESA FilmFest is in its 39th year, and is a valued part of the MESA Annual Meeting. We are excited to be offering a virtual FilmFest for the third year in a row. We are opening the call for submissions, and we hope that you will be interested in participating.

All films will be vetted by the FilmFest Committee or by selected regional/topical experts. The films will only be available to registered conference attendees.

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A four-day short course on 11-14 July 2022 by Professor Hamid Dabashi, Columbia University, at the Aga Khan Centre, London.
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Announced by the University of Pittsburgh NOTE Singapore Time

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Announced by the University of Pittsburgh

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Announced by the University of Pittsburgh

Glasgow Caledonian University leads the EU Horizon funded project, D.Rad: DeRadicalisation in Europe and Beyond: Detect, Resolve, Reintegrate (https://dradproject.com/). The project is delivered in 17 European and non-European sites; Austria, Bosnia, Finland, France, Germany, Georgia Hungary, Italy, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kosovo, Poland, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, and the United Kingdom. Prof. Umut Korkut leads the project in Glasgow, UKalong with Principal Investigators in the 16 other countries.

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The Association of Middle East Anthropology (AMEA) is hosting an inaugural photo contest to recognize and showcase the incredible work of our scholars. We invite all anthropologists (graduate students, junior and senior faculty, and independent scholars) whose work focuses on the Middle East and North Africa Region to submit up to three photos which best capture their work. Winners of this contest will have their photos showcased on our website (http://www.mideastanthro.com), as well as our social media pages.

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Hybrid Workshop July 25-29

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University of Chicago Center for Middle Eastern Studies has a podcast called “Ventures.” Each episode contains an interview with a person such as a scholar, musician, artist, or journalist on a topic related to the Middle East.

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