The Making of New Middle East: How the US, Arab World and Israel Shape the Dynamics? - Jean-Pierre Filiu

The Making of New Middle East: How the US, Arab World and Israel Shape the Dynamics? - Jean-Pierre Filiu

La conférence est organisée en partenariat avec l'Institut d'études sur le Moyen-Orient et les pays islamiques de l'Université de Marmara

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Location: İbrahim Üzümcü Conference Hall, Marmara University, Göztepe 

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Hasan KORKUT

Vice-Rector, Marmara University

Speaker: Professor Jean-Pierre Filiu

Professor of Middle East Studies at Sciences Po, Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA)

Jean-Pierre Filiu is professor of Middle East Studies at Sciences Po, Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA). A historian and an Arabist, he has also held visiting professorships at the universities of Columbia and Georgetown. Prof. Filiu was a career diplomat from 1988 to 2006, following humanitarian missions in Afghanistan (1986) and Lebanon (1983-84). Hurst (London) and Oxford University Press (New York) published his Arab Revolution in 2011, Gaza, a History in 2014 (Palestine Book Award) and From Deep State to Islamic State in 2015. His works about contemporary Islam and the Arab world have been translated in more than fifteen languages, including Arabic and Turkish (Gazze Tarihi, Bilge Kültür Sanat, 2016 and Siki Düsmanlar, Destek, 2019).

 

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Date de l'événement 17/03/2022 3:00 pm
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Lieu Marmara Üniversitesi Göztepe Yerleşkesi

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Jean-Pierre Filiu

Professor of Middle East Studies at Sciences Po, Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA)

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