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The Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs welcomes you to attend an Initiative for Muslim World Studies sponsored event, "Islam in China: And Overview Over a Forgotten Identity." This lecture will be by Wang Gen Ming, Ningxia University, China.
Join the Middle East Studies Program for a lecture by Ambassador William H. Luers, Director of the Iran Project on "The Back Story on The Iran Deal: What Happened and Where It Is Headed".
The Middle East Studies Program and the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy hosted a roundtable discussion that analyzed the Iranian Nuclear Deal. Dr. Trita Parsi of the National Iranian American Council and FIU experts explored the origins and impact of the deal on Iran, the U.S., Europe and the world.
The Middle East Studies Program is hosting a lecture by Dr. Dalia El-Shayal, Cairo University, on "Landmarks in the Art and Culture of Egypt". This talk will mainly concentrate on 20th century Egypt using the Pharaonic history as a backdrop to explore language, architecture, music, films and festivities to unfold different facets of the Egyptian society. Click here to view pictures.
Renowned journalist and commentator, Mehdi Hasan, examines the role of Muslims in the upcoming U.S. presidential elections. Mr. Hasan explored what the Muslim vote is and why it matters in an age of rising Islamophobic hysteria.