Middle Eastern and North African Studies II
30 credits cr.
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The course contains second semester studies in Middle Eastern and North African studies.
In this course, the student will study minorities in the Middle East and minorities in Sweden that are connected to the Middle East. The student will also study media science and the region's media landscape, as well as gender and feminism in the Middle East.
The course also contains a module that provides an in-depth study of a specific and current theme related to Middle Eastern studies.
The course contains four modules.
1. Minorities and Migration, 7.5 credits
2. Media and change in the Middle East, 7.5 credits
3. Gender and feminism in the Middle East, 7.5 credits
4. Middle Eastern Studies: Sources, 7.5 credits
For full information about the modules see the Swedish course page.
The teaching consists of lectures and seminars. Attendance at all classes is mandatory.
Course planning and resources
Course information, details and the literature list can be found in the learning platform Athena. You can find the resourses avalible for each module on the individual course pages.
Please note that only registered students have access to downloadable resources as a PDF document in Athena
The course is examined through written assignments.
The module Minorities and Migration, 7.5 credits is examined through a group presentation, an essay, and an written exam.
The principles for the examinations are stated in the grading criteria.
Full course: Elena Chiti
Minorities and Migration: Elena Chiti
Media and change in the Middle East: Elena Chiti
Gender and feminism in the Middle East: Elena Chiti
Middle Eastern Studies: Sources: Isa Blumi
ScheduleThe schedule will be available no later than one month before the start of the course. We do not recommend print-outs as changes can occur. At the start of the course, your department will advise where you can find your schedule during the course.
Course literatureNote that the course literature can be changed up to two months before the start of the course.