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The Middle East

Live Event
March 30: 11:00 am

The term “Middle East” is a changing geopolitical concept. Throughout recent history, this term referred to a political, a cultural, and a geographical region with no clear boundaries. Moreover, this concept serves to generate stereotypes and misunderstanding. This multimedia presentation by Mohamed Defaa provides an analytical framework to understand the histories, social identities, and cultures behind this complex concept of “Middle East.”

About the Presenter

Image of Mohamed DefaaMohamed Defaa is certified by the International Center for Educational and Cultural Consulting in Lyon, France. He earned an MA in Communication and Expression at the University Mohamed V in Rabat, Morocco, and a BA in French Language and Literature from the University Ibn Tofail in Kénitra, Morocco. He has received an Advanced Counterterrorism and Homeland Security Certificate from Southern New Hampshire University.

Defaa has served as an assistant professor of Communication and Cultural Expression at the University Hassan the Second in Casablanca, Morocco, and a college instructor in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. He is a French and Arabic teacher at Merrimack High School, and an Arabic instructor at Southern New Hampshire University.

Details

Date:
March 30
Time:
11:00 am
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Organizer

Gail Zachariah
Phone
(802) 875-2277
Email
director@whitinglibrary.org

Venue

Whiting Library
716 Vermont Route 103
Chester, 05143-0068
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