The Rise of Sectarianism in the Middle East in an Age of Western Hegemony: 1860-2014 with Professor Ussama Makdisi
The LBJ School of Public Affairs will present "The Rise of Sectarianism in the Middle East in an Age of Western Hegemony: 1860-2014, " a lecture with Rice University Professor of History Ussama Makdisi, the first holder of the Arab-American Educational Foundation Chair of Arab Studies at Rice University, on Oct. 2 at 5 PM at the LBJ School's Bass Lecture Hall. This event is free and open to the public but registration is required.
Why LBJ? Watch this New Video Series Featuring Alumni Highlighting the Reasons Why They Chose the LBJ School and Careers in Public Service
In this video playlist, hear from 8 LBJ School graduates as they highlight the reasons they chose the LBJ School of Public Affairs and careers in public service.
LBJ School Professor Jeremi Suri Pens Weekly Column for the Daily Texan on Foreign Policy, History and Current Events
Professor Jeremi Suri, LBJ School and History Professor, is now writing a weekly blog for the Daily Texan focusing on issues of foreign policy, defense, history and current events. To date, Dr. Suri's blogs have focused on events such as the vote for independence in Scotland, ISIS and the role of the US military, and Russia and the Ukraine. For more, visit Dr. Suri's contributor page on the Daily Texas website.