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"The Politics of Visual Culture in the Middle East"

Byrne Seminar for First Year Students
Professor: Fakhri Haghani

Wednesday, September 5 - October 3, 10:55 am - 1:55 pm
Ruth Adams Building, RM 208
Douglass Campus, Rutgers University

Course for Teachers

Professor: Fakhri Haghani

Provided by The Center for Historical Analysis
Rutgers University

Course on the Islamic Diaspora in Africa and Asia

Professor: Ousseina Alidou

Provided by The Center for African Studies and The Department of African, Middle Eastern
and South Asian Languages and Literatures
Rutgers University

"Israeli Culture"

Professor: Yael Zerubavel

M-W 2:50 - 4:10pm

Arianne Litman: Guest Lecture
Course: "Israeli Culture"

October 9, 2012, 2:50pm

Arianne Littman: Guest Lecture
Course: “Knowledge and Power”

October 10, 2012, 10:50am - 12:30pm
Douglass Residential College (Lebowitz Visiting Artist in Residence), Rutgers University

"Jews in the Islamic World"

Professor: Jonathan Gribtz

M-Th 11:30am - 12:50pm

"History of Jewish Art"

Professor: Jeffrey Shandler

Wed: 9:50 - 12:50pm
College Avenue Campus
Center for Jewish Studies RM. 107

"Israeli Literature & Society"

Professor: Edna Bryn Noiman

M-Th 11:30am - 12:50pm

“Introduction to the Literatures of the Middle East”

Professor: Samah Selim

MW 1:40 - 3 pm
Livingston Campus, Beck Hall, RM 250

“Introduction to the Literatures of the Middle East"

Professor: Benjamin Koerber

TR 5:00-6:20pm
Livingston Campus, Lucy Stone Hall, RM B112

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"Introduction to the Literatures of South Asia"

Professor: Preetha Mani

MR 8:40-10am
Livingston Campus, LRB, RM 110A

“Bollywood"

Professor: Mehelo Sen

TF 12:00-1:20pm
Livingston Campus, Lucy Stone Hall, B269

“Modern South Asian Literature”

Professor: Anjali Nerlekar

TR 3:20 - 4:40pm
Livingston Campus, Beck Hall, RM 219

“Women Writers of South Asia”

Professor: Preetha Mani

MW 1:40 - 3:00pm
Livingston Campus, Lucy Stone Hall B, RM 121

"Technologies and Poetics of Gender & Sex"

Professor: Kyal Schuler

Th 10:55 - 1:55pm
Douglass Campus, Ruth Dill Johnson Crockett, RM 011

“Feminism: Theory and Practice”

Professor: Cheryl Clarke

Wed. 10:55 - 1:55pm
Douglass Campus, Ruth Dill Johnson Crockett, RM 011

“Agency, Subjectivity & Social Change”

Professor: Nikol Alexander-Floyd

Tues. 10:55 - 1:55pm
Douglass Campus, Ruth Dill Johnson Crockett RM 011, RDJC-011

“Coloquium: Poverity, Inequality & Gender”

Professor: Radhika Balakrishnan

Tues. 2:15 - 5:15pm
Douglass Campus, Center for Women’s Global Leadership Conference Room

“Feminist Methodology"

Professor: Judy Gerson

M 12:35 - 3:35pm
Douglass Campus, Ruth Dill Johnson Crockett, RM 011

"Women and Society in the Islamic Middle East"

Professor: Sandy Russell-Jones

T-Th, 1:10 - 2:30pm
College Avenue Campus, Scott Hall, RM 215

"Introduction to Third World Cinema
(Middle East and North Africa):
A Cinematic Study”

Professor: Fakhri Haghani

Tues. 5 - 8pm
Livingston Campus, Tillett Hall, RM 110

“20th Century Social Movements in Iran”

Professor: Golbarg Bashi

“Visual Culture of the Islamic World”

Professor: Tarek Kahlaoui

MW, 4:30 - 5:50pm
College Avenue Campus, Voorhees Hall, RM 104

“Art Now"

Professor: Tatiana Flores

Wed 9:50am - 12:50pm
College Avenue Campus, room TBD

“Problems in 20th Century American Art"

Professor: Tanya Shehan

Th 1:00 - 3:40pm
College Avenue Campus, Voorhees Hall, RM 001

"Women and Art"

Professor: Joan Marter

Tues-Thurs 1:10-2:30
Zimmerli Art Museum, Multipurpose Room

“Gender, Art and Society”

Professor: Staff

E-college Through Women’s and Gender Studies Department

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