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The Fall 2021 Global Middle East Seminar Lineup and Video Library

The Woodrow Wilson Center’s History and Public Policy Program and Bilkent University’s Center for Russian Studies are pleased to announce the new lineup the Global Middle East Seminar Series, Fall 2021. The panels will take place once a month, from 11:00am-12:30pm via Zoom. To find more information about each panel or to register in advance, follow the link to the Event Page. To watch past recordings, go to the GMES Collection page, linked below.

The Woodrow Wilson Center’s History and Public Policy Program and Bilkent University’s Center for Russian Studies are pleased to announce the new lineup the Global Middle East Seminar Series, Fall 2021. The panels will take place once a month, from 11:00am-12:30pm via Zoom. For past events, please click the link to view a recording of the session. For upcoming events, please see the event page for more details and RSVP instructions.

September 21: Malcolm Byrne and Kian Byrne (with Narges Bajoghli)

Worlds Apart: A Documentary History of US-Iranian Relations, 1978-2018

October 18: Michael Reynolds and Alp Yenen (with Onur Isci and Samuel J. Hirst)

Rouges and Revolutionaries: Young Turks and the Global Order after WWI

November 16: Ozlem Altan-Olcay and Evren Balta (with Amanda Frost)

The American Passport in Turkey: National Citizenship in the Age of Transnationalism

December 14: Hanna Notte and Chen Kane

The ACRS Oral History Project

For past GMES recordings, visit the GMES Collection page:

The Global Middle East Seminar Series Collection

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