Anderson Gives Talk at Harvard CMES
Prof. Betty Anderson spoke at a conference “The Naksa Fifty Years Later: New Sources, Questions, and Approaches to the ’67 War.”
MENA Hosts Workshop on Arab-Russian Cultural Ties
The Middle East and North Africa Studies Program organized the workshop which focused on Arab-Russian and Arab-Soviet cultural ties.
Anderson on A History of the Modern Middle East
The Pardee School Faculty Book Talk series continued with Prof. Betty Anderson on A History of the Modern Middle East.
Mudarri Fund Launches With Panel on Arab Golden Age
Boston University alumnus Corinne Mudarri (DGE ’51) endowed the Mudarri Arab Civilization Fund at the Pardee School.
Anderson Interviewed on History of the Modern Middle East
Anderson was interviewed for an October 2016 article on Jadaliyya entitled New Texts Out Now: Betty S. Anderson, A History of the Modern Middle East: Rulers, Rebels, and Rogues.
Anderson in Christian Science Monitor: American Jailed in UAE
Prof. Betty Anderson discussed the unusual case of a woman jailed in UAE for insulting the country and its leaders.
Anderson in University Times: State of Islamic Studies
Prof. Betty Anderson discusses the rise in popularity of the studies of Muslim societies.
Sykes-Picot: 100 Years of Consequences
The discussion focused on the lasting consequences of the Sykes-Picot Agreement.
Anderson in Boston Globe: Higher Education in Beirut
Professor Anderson says American University of Beirut offers students and faculty academic freedom.
Event Traces Approaches to ISIS
An event sponsored in part by the Institute for the Study of Muslim Societies and Civilizations traced different scholarly approaches to the Islamic State.