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Nationalism and Difference in the Middle East

Graduate Research using Primary Sources
Tuesday, March 28, 2017

3:00pm - 5:00pm

Gelman Library
Room 702

This graduate student panel will highlight the exciting research being done by GWU graduate students of History and Regional Studies, as well as  the resources available in our libraries helping them to make original contributions to their fields. Students from Fall 2016’s class on “Citizenship and Difference in the Middle East” with Professor Dina Khoury will discuss the original research that they conducted using resources available through Gelman Library’s  Global Resources Center.
Sebastian Bernberg, MA Student, History
“British Policies and the Coptic Community in Egypt, 1922-1932”
Starling Carter, MA Student, Middle East Studies
“Town Planning and the Concretization of Difference in Mandate Tel Aviv”
Dominic Charles, MA student, History
“Teaching Difference: A Study of Education's Role in Defining Nationality During the Palestinian Mandate"
Nicole Crisp, MA student, History
"Slaves, Sheikhs, and Sovereignty: British Imperial Sovereignty versus a Sheikh’s Local Autonomy in the Trucial States in 1931"
Sara Pulliam, MA Student, History
“No One’s Citizens: The Sinai Bedouin Under the Frontier Districts Administration”
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This event is co-sponsored by the Institute for Middle East Studies and GWU Libraries.

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