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Fall 2006 Vol. V, No. 1

AUB Calendar 2006–07

November 29, 2006
The Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs (IFI) and the Institute of Financial Economics (IFE) conference: “Democracy and Development in the Arab World.” College Hall B1. 5:00 PM.

December 2, 2006
Memorial Celebration of the Life of Professor Nicola Ziadeh. Assembly Hall.

December 4, 2006
Founders’ Day Ceremonies, Assembly Hall.

December 5, 2006
CASAR Lecture: “Writing and Identity in Suheir Hammad’s Born Palestinian, Born Black.” Presented by Dr. Sirene Harb, AUB. West Hall, Auditorium B, 5:00 PM.
Info: casar@aub.edu.lb

December 14, 2006
IFI/CASAR Lecture: “Neocons vs. Arabists: How International Rivalries in the Bush Administration Ruined Iraq.” Presented by Dr. Juan Cole, University of Michigan. College Hall, Auditorium B1, 5:00 PM. Info: casar@aub.edu.lb

March, 23-25 2007
CAMES conference: “Ibn Khaldun: Contemporary Readings.”
Info: cames@aub.edu.lb

May 10-13, 2007
Middle East Medical Assembly (MEMA)

June 30, 2007
Commencement Exercises. Biel Center.

June 30, 2007
Honorary Doctorates. Assembly Hall.

July 6-8, 2007
Alumni Reunion 2007

For additional details on the above events, e-mail: information@aub.edu.lb

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