» Methodologies in studying the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
» Comparative religious perspectives: Judaism, Christianity, Islam
» Memories and narratives of Jewish and Christian communities
» Material cultures of MENA minorities
» Museum Studies
» Introduction to archival work, oral history, and other relevant resources and skills
» Critical postcolonial and diaspora studies
» Perspectives on inter-religious relations, assimilation, and conversion
» Contemporary Middle-Eastern identities, cultures, films, and more
» Missionaries in the Middle East and Africa
» Islam in contemporary Israel
The MA in Middle East Studies is a Fulbright MA Degree Fellowship Program.
Grants are also available through Masa Israel Journey (a joint project of the Israeli Government and the Jewish Agency for Israel), for those who are eligible. To find out more and to apply, please visit Masa Israel.
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