Middle Eastern Studies published a newsletter between 1982 and 2013 (twice annually between 1982 and 1995; annually between 1995-2013). Although we do not keep back issues for distribution in print, Adobe Acrobat (PDF) versions of the newsletters are maintained in the online newsletter archive.
The Center for Middle Eastern Studies coordinates five scholarly and literary publications series (The Emerging Voices from the Middle East Series; the Binah Yitzrit Foundation Series in Israel Studies; the Middle East Monograph Series; the Modern Middle East Series; and the Middle Eastern Languages in Translation Series) that are published in partnership with the University of Texas Press. We also have a series of open source language materials, including Persian of Iran Today.
- Aswaat Arabiyya (Arabic Voices)—a web site designed for learners and teachers of Arabic seeking materials for listening comprehension.
- الكتاب في تعلم العربية / Al-Kitaab fii Ta'alum al-'Arabiyya—The official Web site of the "Al-Kitaab" textbook series by Kristen Brustad, Mahmoud al-Batal, and Abbas al-Tonsi.
- Hebrew Language at The University of Texas—includes video clips, soundbytes, and tutorials designed for use with the "Modern Hebrew for Beginners" and "Modern Hebrew for Intermediate Students" textbooks by Esther Raizen.
- Persian Online—includes video and audio clips for learners and teachers of Persian (Farsi) seeking materials for listening comprehension.
- Persian Catch up at the Café—a distance learning course for Intermediate Persian students designed to allow you to maintain your listening and reading skills in Persian (Farsi). Includes audio, news articles, and other materials authentic to Iran, Tajikistan, and Afghanistan. Created by Anousha Shahsavari to complement second-year Persian coursework.