Few regions command as much attention as the Arab world. Georgetown University’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies has furthered understanding of this vital area with excellence and distinction, illuminating the lives and experiences of the Arabs today—al- `Arab al-yawm.
RECENT ARTICLES BY CCAS FACULTY
Mustafa Aksakal, "The Ottoman Empire" in The Cambridge History of the First World War, volume 1 (2014), 459-478.
Yvonne Haddad, "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Anglicans in Palestine/Israel and Christian-Muslim Relations," Anglican Theological Review (January 1, 2014), 109-131.
Yvonne Haddad with Nazir Nader Harb, "Post 9-11: Making Islam an American Religion," Religions 5:2 (2014), 477-501.
For a list of archived references to faculty articles, click here.
The Latest from CCAS
- October 20
- November 21Edward B. Bunn, S.J. Intercultural Center, 3:30 PM
Arab Studies Journal: A peer-reviewed, independent multidisciplinary forum in the field of Arab and Middle Eastern studies. Click on the link for ASJ's latest issue: Spring 2012 Vol XX No 1.
|Jadaliyya: An independent ezine produced by ASI (Arab Studies Institute), the umbrella organization that produces Arab Studies Journal and runs the Documentary Film Collective 'Quilting Point.'||National Resource Center on the Middle East: CCAS houses this U.S. Department of Education Title VI Center at Georgetown.||Palestine Poster Project: An archive of some 3,000 Palestine posters from myriad sources.|
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Enter from the Georgetown University main gates at 37th and O streets. Take the path to the right which will bring you directly to a red brick building, the Intercultural Center (ICC). Enter the main doors and turn left. Take the stairs or the elevators down one level to the second floor. Go straight out of the elevator, and turn left at the first hallway. The wooden double doors at the end of this hallway mark the entrance to the Center. Feel free to contact the Center at 202-687-5793 if you have any trouble locating the offices.
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