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Toward More Expansive Perspectives on Gender, Authority, and Role Modeling

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In our particular sociopolitical moment, matters of sex, gender, and authority have taken on greater visibility and urgency, as the recently viral #metoo movement—started 10 years ago by Tarana Burke—has drawn renewed attention to the ways in which the abuse of authority and power enables gendered and sexualized oppression.

Jewish, Islamic, and Near Eastern Languages & Cultures Newsletter

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Catch up on new department members, faculty news, and upcoming events!

Maimonides and the Merchants

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On Monday, January 29, Mark R. Cohen, Khedouri A. Zilkha Professor Emeritus of Jewish Civilization in the Near East and Professor Emeritus of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton, and a renowned historian of Jews in the medieval Islamic world, will discuss his recent book, Maimonides and the Merchants: Jewish Law and Society in the Medieval Islamic World.

Toward A More Effective Pedagogy: Film As A Pedagogical Tool For Teaching South Asian Languages

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In an article written for The TFLTA Journal, Profesor Mohammad J. Warsi presents some of the relevant aspects that the role songs can play in the teaching–learning process of Hindi-Urdu as a second/ foreign language, drawn from the perspective of using the communicative approach to language teaching and learning.

Ortacag Islam'inda Mesihci Inanclar ve Imparatorluk Siyaseti - Dokuzuncu Yüzyilin Baslarinda Abbasi Hilafeti

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Professor Hayrettin Yucesoy Ahmet Demirhan publishes "Ortacag Islam’inda Mesihci Inanclar ve Imparatorluk Siyaseti - Dokuzuncu Yüzyilin Baslarinda Abbasi Hilafeti"!