The 2012 Global Engagement Seminar in Jerusalem is underway, with the group arriving in Israel earlier this week.
The students will explore Jerusalem as a contested sacred and political space and will cover topics including the centrality of the city in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam; archeology and the built landscape as a prism through which [...]
Zeghal will give a lecture at Smith on November 14.
On Monday, November 14, guest speaker Malika Zeghal will give a lecture titled Religion and Politics in North Africa: Islamist Movements and Parties in the Political Process.
Zeghal is the Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor in Contemporary Islamic Life, Department of Near Eastern Languages [...]
Farah Pandith '90 has worked for a variety of government agencies, including the State Department, the National Security Council, and the US Agency for International Development.
Farah Pandith ’90, Special Representative to Muslim communities for the State Department, has been named one of Washington’s 100 Most Powerful Women by The Washingtonian.
According to the [...]