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Monday: IMES Conference on Islamist Movements
For those in the area and interested, just a quick note that I will be appearing on an Institute for Middle East Studies panel discussion Monday afternoon entitled "What have we learned about Islamist political movements?" It is the public portion of a day-long academic workshop featuring a number of leading political scientists whose work focuses on various dimensions of Islamist activism.
Friday, May 9,2008 06:52
Abu Aardvark

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