Middle East and North African Studies (MENA)

MENA 410-0 Pro-Seminar in Middle East and North African Studies (1 Unit)  

Introduces students to key scholarly literature in the field, drawn from a variety of disciplines.

MENA 411-0 Approaches and Perspectives in MENA Studies (1 Unit)  

Surveys differing disciplinary approaches to the study of the Middle East and North Africa, often organized around a theme.

MENA 412-1 MENA Graduate Colloquium (0 Unit)  

The MENA Colloquium is designed to encourage dialogue between professors and students who share interests in Middle East and North African Studies at Northwestern University. Each student will precirculate a paper of 15-20 pages a week before his or her session. At the meeting, the student will speak for 20-25 minutes followed by a formal response (about 10 minutes) from a member of Northwestern's MENA faculty. Substantial time will be devoted to questions and discussion.

MENA 412-2 MENA Graduate Colloquium (0 Unit)  

The MENA Colloquium is designed to encourage dialogue between professors and students who share interests in Middle East and North African Studies at Northwestern University. Each student will precirculate a paper of 15-20 pages a week before his or her session. At the meeting, the student will speak for 20-25 minutes followed by a formal response (about 10 minutes) from a member of Northwestern's MENA faculty. Substantial time will be devoted to questions and discussion.

MENA 412-3 MENA Graduate Colloquium (1 Unit)  

The MENA Colloquium is designed to encourage dialogue between professors and students who share interests in Middle East and North African Studies at Northwestern University. Each student will precirculate a paper of 15-20 pages a week before his or her session. At the meeting, the student will speak for 20-25 minutes followed by a formal response (about 10 minutes) from a member of Northwestern's MENA faculty. Substantial time will be devoted to questions and discussion.

MENA 415-0 MENA Graduate Colloquium Advanced (0 Unit)  

The MENA Colloquium is designed to encourage dialogue between professors and students who share interests in Middle East and North African Studies at Northwestern University. Each student will precirculate a paper of 15-20 pages a week before his or her session. At the meeting, the student will speak for 20-25 minutes followed by a formal response (about 10 minutes) from a member of Northwestern's MENA faculty. Substantial time will be devoted to questions and discussion.