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The University And The Nation

REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE ORGANIZED BY THE NEW YORK UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR DIALOGUES: ISLAMIC WORLD — U.S. — THE WEST, AND THE SCHOLARS AT RISK NETWORK


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The “Arab Spring”: Does Academic Freedom Matter?

REPORT OF THE PANEL DISCUSSION ORGANIZED BY THE NEW YORK UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR DIALOGUES: ISLAMIC WORLD — U.S. — THE WEST AND THE SCHOLARS AT RISK NETWORK

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The Future of U.S. Policy Toward Iran: Reimagining the Relationship

REPORT OF THE PANEL DISCUSSION ORGANIZED BY THE NYU CENTER FOR DIALOGUES: ISLAMIC WORLD — U.S. — THE WEST


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“Tunisia: The Last Hope of the ‘Arab Spring’? ”

REPORT OF THE PANEL DESICUSSION ORGANIZED BY THE NYU CENTER FOR DIALOGUES: ISLAMIC WORLD — U.S. — THE WEST


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Courage to Think: Intellectual Freedom in Tunisia and the Arab Spring

REPORT OF THE PANEL DISCUSSION ORGANIZED BY THE NYU CENTER FOR DIALOGUES: ISLAMIC WORLD – U.S. – THE WEST, IN COOPERATION WITH THE SCHOLARS AT RISK NETWORK, NYU ABU DHABI, THE CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND GLOBAL JUSTICE AT THE NYU SCHOOL OF LAW, AND HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH.

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Miral: A Palestinian/Israeli Dialogue On and Off Screen

Report of the panel discussion organized by the NYU Center for Dialogues: Islamic World-U.S.-The West, in cooperation with the NYU Center for Media, Culture and History, the NYU Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies, the Department of Cinema Studies at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, the Department of Media, Culture and Communication at NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, and the NYU Center for Religion and Media.

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“Arab Spring” or “Arab Winter”? — An Update on the Arab Revolutions

Report of the panel discussion organized by the NYU Center for Dialogues: Islamic World – U.S. – The West, in cooperation with the NYU Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies

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Social, Ethical, Political, and Policy Implications Of Interpretations Of Islam’s Foundational Text: The Qur’an

Report of the symposium organized by the NYU Center for Dialogues: Islamic World–U.S.–The West



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The Meaning of Averroes and Maimonides for Our Times: How to Make the Mediterranean Space a Community of Reason, Tolerance, Progress, and Prosperity

In Cooperation With: NYU–Abu Dhabi, the NYU Center for Media, Culture, and History, the NYU Center for Religion and Media, the NYU Department of Spanish and Portuguese, the NYU Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies and the NYU King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, and the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations

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Bridging The Divide between the United States and the Muslim World: Possibilities and Limitations

Bridging the Divide Between the United States and the Muslim World through Arts and Ideas: Possibilities and Limitations

Report of the conference organized by the New York University Center for Dialogues: Islamic World-U.S.-The West

Brooklyn, New York, June 6–7, 2009.

“Bridging the Divide Between the United States and the Muslim World through Arts and Ideas: Possibilities and Limitations” was an academic, cultural, and policy conference that brought together approximately 50 artists, producers, religious and community leaders, scholars, curators, and policy makers from the Muslim world, the United States, and Europe. Discussions focused on three broad themes: the “World of the Artist,” which examines artists’ place in the Muslim world and their access to audiences and venues; “Art and Social Commentary,” which considers art’s power to transform artist and audience as well as its capacity to offer social commentary and political critique; and “Cultural Exchange,” which investigates how cultural capital can be harnessed to encourage dialogue and engagement across cultures, and suggests new arenas for cultural diplomacy.

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Iran–U.S. Relations: Imagining A New Paradigm

Report of the conference held at NYU’s Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo

December 3, 2008.

For the past 30 years, Iranian–U.S. relations have been characterized by conflict, tension and suspicion. As America prepared to inaugurate a new president, the NYU Center for Dialogues convened a one–day conference to ask what might a relationship articulated around a new paradigm look like — a paradigm based on mutual recognition of the need for dignity and security for both sides? How might this paradigm address grievances created by past moments of hurt while providing a way to move toward the realization of a shared destiny and a positive future?

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Mulsim Youth and Women in the West

Muslim Youth and Women in the West: Source of Concern or Source of Hope?

The NYU Center for Dialogues convened an international conference May 15 —17, 2007 at the Salzburg Global Seminar, in Salzburg, Austria.

The conference explored the challenges of and to Muslim communities in the West through the lens of youth and women, who have emerged from traditional roles and are forging new identities for themselves, and, in some instances, are becoming leading agents of change. The report details the productive meeting of world leaders, academics and activists from all over the globe.

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Who Speaks for Islam? Who Speaks for the West?

On February 10 and 11, 2006, the New York University Center for Dialogues: Islamic World-U.S.-The West, in cooperation with the Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations Malaysia (IDFR), convened a conference on “Who speaks for Islam? Who speaks for the West?” in Kuala Lumpur. The conference brought together fifty eminent persons from Western and Muslim-majority countries, among them policy-makers, religious leaders, scientists, economists, news media editors, and other opinion-makers, for two days of frank and often heated debate on a number of crucial policy questions intrinsic to the Muslim world-Western world relationship.

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Islam and Elections

Read the report of the Dialogues: Islamic World -U.S.-The West Conference in Amman, Jordan, March 6-8, 2004 online here>

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Clash of Civilizations or Clash of Perceptions?

In Search of Common Ground for Understanding

Read the report of the Dialogues: Islamic World -U.S.-The West Conference in Granada, Spain, October 28-31, 2002 online here >


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Upcoming Event

Turkey under Erdoǧan: Is it Still a Model of “Islamic Democracy?”

Panel Discussion

Wednesday, November 12, 2014
6:30 — 8:30 pm

NYU’s Casa Italiana
24 West 12th Street, New York, NY

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