Women in Place: The Politics of Gender Segregation in Iran

Congratulations to Nazanin Shahrokni, Assistant Professor at Syracuse Univesrsity and Guest Researcher at CMES for this academic year for the completion of her book Women in Place: The Politics of [...]


“Physical and Virtual Spaces Among the Palestinian Diaspora in Malmo”

Fanny Christou and Spyros Sofos have just had a chapter published in The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Diasporas, Media, and Culture, published in association with the International Association for [...]


Navigating the ocean of suspicion: affective politics and materiality in Cairo

The 14th international SIEF* congress´s theme is Track Changes: Reflecting on a Transforming World draws upon both the ethnological explorations of human life and its continual change as well as the [...]



What state or society has Israel become? Religion, Politics and Jewishnes

Joshua Sabih he is a visiting lecturer of the History of the Middle East at Lund University and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Copenhagen

April 24 at 12:00

CMES Seminar Room Finngatan 16


Deniz Arzuk: A Data Mapping and Visualisation Project: Children's Rights in Turkey

Deniz Arzuk is a visiting researcher and Raoul Wallenberg Institute fellow based at the Child Studies Unit at Linköping University.

May 15 at 12:00

CMES Seminar Room Finngatan 16


CMES Graduate Student Conference 2019

Entitled "The Middle East in the Contemporary World", open to all graduate students in Lund University

March 16-17 at 09:00

Eden Building, Room 129