Middle East and North Africa Studies
Middle East and North Africa Studies draws upon faculty and courses across the humanities and social sciences. The course of study focuses on this region broadly including Africa north of the Sahara, the Arabian Peninsula, Eastern Mediterranean, Iran, Turkey, and the Red Sea and Gulf Littoral states.
Why Study Middle East and North Africa Studies at Oberlin?
Upcoming Middle East and North Africa Studies Events
Global Issues Symposium: Ayesha Siddiqa - “US-Pakistan Alignment: Building Organizational Strength on Strategic Loss”
Global Issues Symposium: Ambassador Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley - "Shifting the Lanes in U.S. Foreign Policy Making"
- ARBC 101 - Beginning Arabic I 4 credits
- HIST 121 - MENA History from the Rise of Islam to the present 4 credits
- POLT 264 - Urban Politics in Developing Cities 4 credits
- RELG 272 - Introduction to the Qur’an 4 credits