The Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies serves to enhance the educational opportunities of midshipmen through supporting international and regional study, curricular innovation, community outreach, and as a center for resources on all aspects of the Middle East and Islamic Studies.
Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies News:
- Dr. Daniel Zisenwine of Tel Aviv University Joins the Center as a Visiting Schusterman Scholar
- Professors Brannon and Deborah Wheeler Engage in Sabbatical Research in the Middle East
- Professor Clarissa Burt Travels to Oman on Sabbatical Leave
- Class of 1955 Chair Ambassador John Limbert and Professor Ernie Tucker, Dept. of History, on "Witnessing Diplomacy."
- Midshipmen Visit Saudi-Aramco sponsored exhibit "Roads of Arabia" held at the Sackler Gallery
- Dr. Fred Donner, "How Islam Began."
KJH Lecture, 24 January 2013, 1915-2000, Mahan Auditorium
- Her Excellency, AMB Houda Nonoo, "Bahraini and US Relations."
KJH Lecture, 21 March 2013, 1915-2000, Mahan Auditorium
- Said Sayrafiezadeh, "Reflections on Iranian American Literature."
KJH Lecture, 18 April 2013, 1915-2000, Mahan Auditorium