CENTER FOR ARAB AND ISLAMIC STUDIES
The interdisciplinary Center for Arab and Islamic Studies brings together scholars and students in fields from history to politics to theology and beyond.
In the classroom, in public events, and online, the Center for Arab and Islamic Studies promotes the understanding and appreciation of Arab and Islamic societies in their religious, political, economic, social and cultural dimensions. The Center sponsors courses, connects students with opportunities for studying abroad, and offers access to experts both on and off campus in public lectures, interview series, faculty publications, and cultural events.
WHAT WE DO
Interested in studying in the Middle East but unsure if it’s even possible? The Center can help advise about programs and destinations!
Contact Catherine Catherine Warrick, PhD.
The Center is the home of two academic journals, the Digest of Middle East Studies and the Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.
The Center’s new Values in Public Life interview series periodically features individuals from different backgrounds reflecting on how their values shape their careers and their lives. Learn about the series and other events.