Pardee School Faculty Explore Trends in Global Democracy and Democratic Decline
In recent years, global patterns have emerged that threaten to undermine democracy – election denialism, the emergence of nationalist regimes, and the removal of democratically elected governments to name a few. A panel of Pardee School professors commented on these trends in their regions of study as well as the implications for global democracy.
Mako Publishes Article on Disputed Territories in Iraq
By focusing on Iraq’s disputed territories, Professor Mako demonstrates how hybrid governance in areas of limited statehood can foster competition over territorial control by state and non-state actors at the local level, and between national and subnational governments.
Najam Speaks at MENA Universities Summit 2021
What are the current educational models in the MENA region? How might liberal arts work in the context of the MENA region? Dean Najam joined fellow scholars to address these questions.
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.
Roberta Micallef to Serve as Interim Director of MENA Program
Professor Roberta Micallef will serve as the Interim Director of the Middle East and North Africa Studies Program for 2015-16.
Pardee School to Host Conference on Muslim Youth
A major 2-day conference on Youth in the Contemporary Muslim World will be held at the Boston Univeristy Pardee School of Global Studies on April 8-9, 2015.
Litvin to Research in Sweden
For the 2015-2016 academic year, MENA director Margaret Litvin is headed to Sweden.
Prof. Fetvaci wins Ottoman Book Award
Emine Fetvaci was awarded the 2014 M. Fuat Köprülü Book Prize by the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Foundation for her book “Picturing History at the Ottoman Court.”