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Summer School in Turin: “Understanding the Middle East. Political Change and Continuity” (June-July 2014)

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The first edition of the Summer school “Understanding the Middle East. Political change and continuity”, organized by the Department of Culture, Politics and Society of the University of Turin will be held in Turin from June 30th to July 4th 2014. Structured in one week of lectures, it is the first Summer School in Italy and Europe specifically focused on the Middle East politics, with international specialists of the area. The working language is English and participation is open to students and professionals willing to critically explore the complex facets of the political dynamics of the Middle East. Scholarships are foreseen. The detailed program is available on line. Applications are accepted as from March 15th. For questions and information please visit our website (www.to-asia.it/to-mideast/) or write to middleeast@to-asia.it.

 

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