On Saturday, May 5, 2018 from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, the Embassy of the Republic of Iraq to Washington, D.C., will have the honor to join more than 75 other nations participating in Passport DC, opening its doors to the gracious public and the Iraqi community in the US during the Around the World Embassy Tour.
This year's Iraqi Embassy Tour will be showcasing traditional Iraqi music, costumes, art, painting, ancient Mesopotamia, as well as the documentary, "Letters from Baghdad: The True Story of Gertrude Bell and Baghdad." It will also entertain guests with Iraqi traditional food.
The Academic Research Institute in Iraq (TARII) and the University of Chicago Oriental Institute will also participate in the Iraqi Embassy Tour.
The Middle East Studies Association (MESA) will hold its annual meeting at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC from November 18th to the 21st. The event will feature such topics as “Language and Identity,” “Tanzimat as Translation,” and more. TARII, based in Washington, DC, will be holding a reception at MESA and looks forward to welcoming attendees.
Join TARII for a reception on Saturday, November 18 at 8:30 pm!
Academic Panel: "Narratives of Co-existence and Pluralism in Northern Iraq"
The Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) and The Academic Research Institute in Iraq (TARII) cordially invite you to a lecture:
"The Situation in Mosul"
Mosul, Iraq, once a thriving city of more than 1.8 million religiously and ethnically diverse inhabitants, was attacked and conquered by ISIS (ISIL or Da’ish) in June 2014. Its successful liberation in July 2017 began the first step in the rebuilding of Iraq’s third largest city.
Speakers include: Dr. Alda Benjamin, Dr. Katharyn Hanson, Dr. Nabil Al-Tikriti, & Dr. Eric Davis
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The American occupation of Iraq produced a boom in dystopian novels and short stories. Trauma from two preceding wars, sanctions, and draconian censorship by the Ba’athist regime flood these works. This symposium brings together writers and scholars to discuss the role of cultural production in reflecting upon the symposium in Iraq after the 2003 US invasion.
Please join us (September 28-9, 2017) for a unique opportunity to take part in The Corpse Exhibition: Iraqi Literature after 2003 at Duke University. A film screening of Ahlaam will be shown in East Duke 209 at 7:00 PM on September 28th. The following day, we will meet in East Duke - Pink Parlor for talks & panel discussion.
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