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This week’s conversation is with Stacey Philbrick Yadav. She speaks with Marc Lynch about the ongoing civil war in Yemen and the difficulty of an enduring resolution. Yadav is the author of Islamists and the State: Legitimacy and Institutions in Yemen and Lebanon  and a frequent contributor to the Monkey Cage. You can subscribe to POMEPS Conversations podcast on iTunes, follow us on SoundCloud, or listen below: Yadav is an associate professor of political sci  ... Read more

Upcoming Events

Feb
8
Mon
2016
12:00 PM Women in Egypt’s Islamic Awakeni... @ Elliott School of International Affairs, Lindner Family Commons, Room 602
Women in Egypt’s Islamic Awakeni... @ Elliott School of International Affairs, Lindner Family Commons, Room 602
Feb 8 @ 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Women in Egypt's Islamic Awakening-- A conversation with Ellen McLarney @ Elliott School of International Affairs, Lindner Family Commons, Room 602 | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
Ellen McLarney will join POMEPS to discuss her recent release, Soft Force: Women in Egypt’s Islamic Awakening (Princeton University Press 2015). Ellen McLarney is an assistant professor of Arabic literature and culture at Duke University. * A light lunch[...]
Mar
18
Fri
2016
6:00 PM International Studies Associatio... @ Pacific Rim Bistro
International Studies Associatio... @ Pacific Rim Bistro
Mar 18 @ 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Please join POMEPS for a reception at the International Studies Association Annual Meeting Reception in Atlanta: Friday, March  22, 2015 6:00 p.m. — 8:00 p.m. Pacific Rim Bistro 303 Peachtree Center Ave. Atlanta, GA RSVP[...]

POMEPS Blog

Monday, January 25, 2016 1:41 PM
We’ve collected a few interesting and relevant journal articles as part of our new series From the Journals. This week, we’re highlighting: Unequal Ground: Homelands and Conflict by Nadav G. Shelef. Nadav received a Travel-Research-Engagement from POMEPS in 2011, spoke at the POMEPS event “Evolving Nationalism: Homeland, Identity, and Religion in Israel," and also contributed to the 2015 Nation and Nationalism POMEPS Studies. Abstract: Although ther  ... Read more

New Series

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 12:11 PM
This month marks five years since the eruption of the Arab uprising. The region's wars, failed transitions, resurgent authoritarianism, and spiraling sectarianism and Islamist extremism make for a grim anniversary. To take stock of what went wrong and what might still go differently, POMEPS asked more than a dozen scholars to reflect on the experience of the last five years in a single country or a thematic issue.  What has changed since the   ... Read more

POMEPS Conversations

This week’s conversation is with Stacey Philbrick Yadav. She speaks with Marc Lynch about the ongoing civil war in Yemen and the difficulty of an enduring resolution. Yadav is the author of Islamists and the State: Legitimacy and Institutions in Yemen and Lebanon  and a frequent contributor to the Monkey Cage. You can subscribe to POMEPS Conversations podcast on iTunes, follow us  ... Read more

POMEPS Opportunities

Tuesday, January 12, 2016 10:22 AM
The Project on Middle East Political Science is pleased to call for proposals for its fifth annual Junior Scholars Book Development Workshop to be held at Princeton University on November 10 -- 11, 2016. Applicants must be post-PhD and pre-tenure and must have a complete book manuscript ready for circulation and discussion by August 1, 2016. Only first book projects will be considered. Each manuscript will be discussed in depth by at least two senior colleagues. The goal of the discussion is t  ... Read more

POMEPS Studies

Wednesday, July 22, 2015 4:01 PM
Islam and International Order POMEPS Studies 15 -- July 22, 2015 Islam has rarely been far from the center of the world’s political and security agenda in the decade and a half since the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack against the United States. The range of issues to which Islam has been deemed central is staggering,

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