Faculty Conference Explores Indian Ocean World

The cultures, beliefs, politics, and citizens of countries bordering the Indian Ocean will be on the agenda the upcoming faculty conference. GU-Q's annual faculty conference will bring together multidisciplinary scholars from around the world to discuss this year’s theme, The Liberal State and its Alternatives in the Indian Ocean. The conference will be held on March 20-21 and focuses on the dynamics of continuity and change in the region.
Harry Verhoeven
Thomas Blom-Hansen
Liberal State
Dr. James Reardon-Anderson
How has the physical topography, climate, and natural resources of the Middle East impacted the region’s history and politics? The dean of Georgetown...
Essa Al-Mannai Speaking at the Event
At a recent event at the Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS) at Georgetown University in Qatar, Executive Director of Reach Out To...
Alya Al-Hashemi (SFS ’17) and Doaa Awad from Texas A&M
Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) students Alya Al-Hashemi (SFS ’17), AlMaha Al-Neama (SFS ’18) and Heeseung Nam (SFS ’17) were recognized for...
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At a Workshop at Georgetown University in Qatar Scholars Explore Evolution of Waqf
The changing forms and societal impact of waqf was under discussion at a recent two-day workshop hosted by Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q)...
Dr. Azmi Bishara during his lecture at GU-Q
‘Did Democracy lose this round? And Why?’ Arab political researcher and intellectual Dr. Azmi Bishara delved into the complexities of democracy in...
‘Student diplomats’ take part in international negotiation and crisis simulation exercise at Georgetown University in Qatar
‘Student diplomats’ were able to test their skills in conflict resolution and decision making at a recent international negotiation and crisis...
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Hoya Leadership Pathway: Georgetown Launches New Student Leadership Program
A new initiative by Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) seeks to recognize students who are actively engaged in the University’s many co-curricular...
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John Robling and Malek Deeb of Georgetown University, with Fatima Aref of Qatar University
Creating a business in just over 48 hours isn’t a challenge most students are faced with on their weekends, but it’s one that Malek Deeb (SFS ’18)...
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