The School of International and Public Affairs will host a teach-in Monday, Feb. 7, to discuss the current state of affairs in Egypt.
Featuring a panel of FIU’s leading experts on the Middle East, “Egypt in Transition” will explore the social and political ramifications of the protests, not only for Egypt but for the broader Middle East. It begins at 11 a.m. in the Graham Center Ballroom on the Modesto A. Maidique Campus.
Panelists include politics and international relations professors Majid Al-Khalili, Shlomi Dinar, Russell Lucas, Charles MacDonald and Mohiaddin Mesbahi as well as modern languages professor Maya Boutaghou.
The teach-in is sponsored by FIU’s Middle East Studies, Africa and Africa Diaspora Studies, Department of Politics and International Relations, Department of Modern Languages, Middle East Society and Women’s Studies Center.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact SIPA at 305-348-7266.