CNES Podcasts

Imagining a Modern Iran and the Human Sciences
A lecture in English by Ali Mirsepassi, Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Director, Iranian Studies Initiative, New York University

The Arab Uprisings: What Everyone Needs to Know, 2nd edition
A book talk with author James L. Gelvin, Dept. of History, UCLA and Nouri Gana, Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures & Dept. of Comparative Literature, UCLA

Martin, Malcolm and Muslims
A dialog on the relevance of Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X and the social movements that produced them, and their relevance for today.

The Polarized American Genocide Debate
A talk by Ben Madley, University of California Los Angeles

Teach-In: Out of Nowhere? Some Questions, Answers, and Discussion about ISIS
Commentary by: Ali Hamdan, Department of Geography, UCLA

Persian Women and Other Lies: Story-telling as Historical Retrieval
In English. Part of the UCLA CNES and Program of Iranian Studies Bilingual Lecture Series, with the Support of the Jahangir and Eleanor Amuzegar Chair in Iranian Studies

Adventures in Field-Building: On the History of Middle East Studies in the United States
A lecture by Zachary Lockman, Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, New York University

Provincial Cosmopolitanism in Late Ottoman Anatolia: An Armenian Shoemaker's Memoir
Nora Cherishian Lessersohn (Harvard University)

Commentary on Writing Armeno-Turkish History before the Genocide
Ronald Grigor Suny (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

Rendering Singular Subjectivities through Shared Discourses
Dzovinar Derderian (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

Commentary on Genocide Denial in Global Context
Wendy Lower (Claremont-McKenna College)

Feeding the Line: The Story Behind Ambassador Morgenthau-Revisited
Ara Sarafian (Gomidas Institute)

Commentary on History, Memory, and Testimony
Janet Klein (University of Akron)

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