Institute for Middle East Studies
IMES Outreach Program
The Institute for Middle East Studies Outreach Program seeks to provide K-12 educators from metropolitan Washington, DC, with access to resources, scholars, and tools on the Middle East. We hope to assist educators in teaching this important region by moving beyond the headlines to provide an in-depth and interdisciplinary look at the Middle East.
Funded through the U.S. Department of Education's Title VI grant, this program will provide no cost workshops and resources to area educators.
Dr. Marc Lynch, Director of the Institute for Middle East Studies, speaking to the West Virginia University's Faculty and Course Development in International Studies Consortium (FACDIS) on the Arab Uprisings at GWU during their annual trip to Washington, DC in April 2012. The FACDIS is a collaborative network of international relations professors throughout the state of West Virginia.
To see more photos from this event, please visit the IMES Facebook page here.
Local teachers participating in the IMES Outreach Program's April 2012 workshop, "Turkey Today: Between the Arab Spring and Greek Financial Crisis." This event was co-sponsored with the Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies.
POMEPS Event Series
"Of Empires and Citizens: Pro-American Democracy or No Democracy at All?"
A Conversation with Amaney Jamal
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Lindner Family Commons (Room 602) Elliott School of International Affairs
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