Association of Arab-American University Graduates
Subject Source: LcnafScope Note: The AAUG, founded in 1967, is a non-profit, tax-exempt educational and cultural organization dedicated to fostering better understanding between the Arab and American peoples and promoting informed discussion of critical issues concerning the Arab world and North America. The AAUG publishes books, papers, periodicals on Arab and Arab American affairs, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and U.S. foreign policy, holds an annual convention and mid-year conferences that serve as a forum for Middle East specialists and scholars from around the world; provides speakers on topics concerning the Arab world and its people and helps bring its members professional skills to bear on socioeconomic and technological needs of the Arab world.
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Abstract The Association of Arab American University Graduates collection contains the records of the Association of Arab American University Graduates (AAUG), a cultural and intellectual organization pertaining to the critical issues affecting the Arab peoples in North America and the Arab region, (1967-2007), the papers of Abdeen Jabara and Mujid Kazimi and records pertaining to the Symposium on Zionism in Baghdad that took place in Iraq in November, 1976. The AAUG...
Abstract Dr. Janice J. Terry was a professor in the Eastern Michigan University History Department and taught courses in Middle Eastern studies from 1968 through 2005. In 2005, she retired and was nominated for Emeritus Faculty Status. Her papers are composed largely of records documenting her academic career, including clippings, coursework, publications, correspondence, CVs, awards, sabbatical applications, materials related to the October 1998 Ilan Pappe visit, October 1998 Mcandless Lecturer,...
Dates: 1968 - 2005