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Forthcoming Events

LSE hosts a wide and varied range of Middle East events, including public lectures, seminars, book launches and conferences. Events are open to the public and are free of charge, unless specified otherwise. Our events are very well attended, please make sure you arrive early. This list of events includes all Middle East Centre events and other selected Middle East events at LSE.

EUFlag62

EU Foreign Policy in the Middle East and North Africa: Lobbying, networks and framing

Tuesday 9 February, 17:15-18:45, Room 9.04, Tower 2, LSE
Speaker: Dr Benedetta Voltolini, Maastricht University
Chair: Dr Federica Bicchi, LSE

This is a registration only event. Please click here to register.

 
SyriaRefugees62

The Syrian Refugee Crisis and the Challenge to the Arab State

Wednesday 24 February, 18.00-19:30, Room 2.02, CLM, LSE
Speaker: Dr Filippo Dionigi, LSE
Chair: Professor Toby Dodge, LSE

This is a registration only event. Please click here to register.

 
TurkeySalafism62

The notion of Salafiyya: between Saudi Arabia and Turkey

Tuesday 1 March, 16:30-18:00, Room 9.04, TW2, Clement's Inn, LSE
Speaker:
Andrew Hammond, University of Oxford
Chair: Dr Courtney Freer, LSE

This is a registration only event. Registration will open soon.

 
DalacouraEvent62

Alternative Universalisms? Contemporary Turkish discourses on culture in International Relations

Wednesday 2 March,  18:00-19:30, Wolfson Theatre, NAB, LSE
Speaker:
Dr Katerina Dalacoura, LSE
Chair: Professor Toby Dodge, LSE

 This is a registration only event. Registration will open soon.

 
SufiMusic62

Caravans, Conquests, and Crossings: Aesthetics of African, Arab, and Mediterranean movement in Algerian Sufi music

Wednesday 9 March, 18:00-19:30, Wolfson Theatre, NAB, LSE
Speaker: Tamara Turner, King's College London
Chair: John King, Society for Algerian Studies

This is a registration only event. Registration will open soon.

 
Jarba62

Why Some Contentious Movements Fail: the case of the Syrian opposition

Tuesday 15 March, 17:15-19:15, Room 9.04, Tower 2, LSE
Speaker: Dr Jasmine Gani, University of St Andrews
Chair: Dr John Chalcraft, LSE

This is a registration only event. Registration will open soon.

 
EngineersofJihad62

Engineers of Jihad: The curious connection between violent extremism and education

Wednesday 16 March, 18:00-19:30, Sheikh Zayed Theatre, NAB, LSE
Speakers: Dr Steffen Hertog, LSE; Professor Diego Gambetta
Chair: Professor Peter Neumann, King's College London

This is a registration only event. Registration will be open soon.

 
AlThani62

The Four Eras of Qatari Foreign Policy

Tuesday 22 March, 16:30-18:00, Room 9.04, Tower 2, LSE
Speaker: Dr David Roberts, King's College London
Chair: Dr Courtney Freer, LSE

This is a registration only event. Registration will open soon.

 
UNDarfur62

The Politics of International Intervention: The tyranny of peace

Wednesday 23 March, 18:00-19:30, Wolfson Theatre, NAB, LSE
Speakers: Dr Mandy Turner, Kenyon Institute; Dr Florian P. Kühn, Otto von Guericke University; Professor Michael Pugh, University of Bradford; Professor Caroline Hughes, University of Bradford; Dr Christopher Phillips, Queen Mary University of London
Chair: Professor Toby Dodge, LSE

This is a registration only event. Registration will open soon.

 
Shah of Iran

Pahlavi Iran, 1941-1979: A Global History Workshop

Thursday 19 May 2016
Led by Dr Roham Alvandi, LSE International History

This is a closed event. Apply to the Call for Papers

 

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