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Lent Term 2019

The Cambridge Middle East History Group draws together expertise from around the University of Cambridge on the history of the Middle East. It is based in the Faculty of History but also works closely with the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

All seminars meet on Wednesdays at 5.30 in the Junior Parlour, Trinity College, unless otherwise indicated

All welcome

The seminar will be followed by wine and refreshments

 

Wednesday January 23rd

Anne Irfan (University of Sussex)
Educating Palestinian Refugees: The Origins of UNRWA's unique schooling system

 

Wednesday February 13th

Assef Ashraf (Pembroke)
Loyalty, Leadership, and the Formation of Qajar Iran

 

Wednesday February 27th

Jim House (University of Leeds)
Solidarity and Fear in an Algiers shantytown: Mahieddine, 1919-1964

 

Convenors:
Helen Pfeifer
Andrew Arsan
Arthur Asseraf

 

The Group is grateful for the financial support of the Trevelyan Fund.

 

Lent term programme - print version

 

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