Find us on YouTube, SoundCloud, and Status Hour!
Did you miss an event at CCAS? Check out our new YouTube channel for nearly 150 videos of past lectures, presentations, and events that have been hosted by the Center since 2012. You’ll find all the same great content previously hosted on Vimeo, plus plenty of new additions—all organized into playlists according to year and lecture series. These include playlists of past CCAS Symposiums, ranging from topics such as the Arab Spring to development and migration, as well as Summer Institutes for K-14 Educators, made possible by U.S. Department of Education’s Title VI funding. Be sure to subscribe to receive updates on our future uploads!
In addition to our video content on YouTube, we posts audio podcasts from many of our other CCAS events on the CCAS SoundCloud page. Be sure to check this page when you want to listen on the go!
Lastly, CCAS is pleased to be partnering with the audio magazine Status Hour to showcase videos and podcasts from some of our most prominent events. With an emphasis on cultural knowledge production, Status Hour features interviews, reports, and reviews by activists, scholars, and citizens on topics related to the Middle East and North Africa. Status Hour is a project of the Arab Studies Institute, which was founded by MAAS alum Dr. Bassam Haddad (‘94). Status Hour regularly features graduates of the MAAS program as writers, hosts, editors, and guests alongside other prominent scholars and experts from around the world.
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You can also find videos, synopses, and pictures from the 2015 Sheikh Abdullah Saleh Kamel Symposium, “An Energy Revolution? Political Ecologies of Shale Oil in the Middle East, US, and China” here.