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Studying abroad can be a very valuable part of any student’s education. Brown offers study abroad programs in many countries in Africa and the Middle East for students to enrich the MES coursework.
Careers in the Common Good Fair - Feb 21st from 12 pm to 3 pm (targeted to government, non-profit, social enterprise, social change, education and NGO, etc.)
Casing Mock Interviews (week of April 16th) -- We're looking for employers to participate in student Mock Casing Interviews any day/time during the week of April 16th. To indicate interest (details to follow), please sign up on Handshake in Fairs: FOR EMPLOYERS ONLY: Mock Interviews for Consulting
Spotlight: Finance -- One of our most popular events -- Speed Dating meets Info Session for employers in the Finance Industry. It's a fun evening when you have 100 sophomores (some juniors) who are interested in pursuing a career in finance and want to know about YOUR firm and the fast-paced recruiting cycle. To indicate interest (details will follow), please sign up on Handshake in Fairs: FOR EMPLOYERS ONLY - Sign up for Finance Spotlight Event
Middle East Studies faculty and students have access to a wide array of library services and resources. These include:
1) Library resource/research skill instruction sessions during classes
2) Research consultations for faculty and students
3) Specialized workshops in citation manages, GIS, statistical programs, data plans, and many more topics.
4) Acquisitions of new materials (journals, books, databases, etc.)
5) Course specific library resource pages
For more info or any questions, please contact Maan Alsahoui, Joukowsky Family Middle East Studies Librarian, at Maan_Alsahoui@brown.edu or visit the MES Resource Guide at libguides.brown.edu/MES.
*Access the historical digital archives of the Palestine/Jerusalem Post through ProQuest here.
*Access the new database of materials for the Brown Library here and as hyperlinked below:
Some Full Text Licensed for Brown New Late 19th century – present; Twentieth Century Religious Thought: Islam is a research database focusing on modern Islamic theology and tradition. The online text resource details Islam’s evolution from the late 19th century by examining printed works, rare documents, and important articles by Muslim writers, both non-Western and Western voices. Content represents a wide range of Islamic thought, bringing together such key thinkers as Muhammad Abduh, Fethullah Gülen, Sayyid Ahmad Khan, Bediüzzaman Said Nursî, Abdolkarim Soroush, and Rifā‘ah Rāf‘i al-Ṭahṭāwī.
Index Islamicus is an international bibliography of publications in European languages covering all aspects of Islam and the Muslim world, including history, beliefs, societies, cultures, languages, and literature. The database includes material published by Western orientalists, social scientists and Muslims.
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An academic concentration is the focal point of your undergraduate experience. It is an in-depth study centering on one or more disciplines, a problem or theme, or a broad question.
Use this site to explore the many intellectual paths you can take at Brown. Roll over the tiles to view short descriptions or click below to narrow the field based on academic division, your personal interests and career opportunities. Clicking on any of the tiles will bring you to an information page for that concentration.