Middle Eastern Studies: Student Honors, Awards, Publications, and Other Activities

Raymond Pun (Middle Eastern Studies) recently presented three papers: “Women’s Mosques in China: A Question of Islamic Authenticity” at the Duke-UNC Graduate Islamic Studies Conference; “Images and Visions of Jihad: Orientalism and the Distorted Lens of Technology” at the Stony Brook Graduate English Conference; and “Paradise Forever: Virgins, Female Companions, and Martyrs in Radical Islamic Thought” at the Humanities and Social Sciences Conference in Canada. He won a FLAS Fellowship to study at the University of Wisconsin’s Arabic, Persian, and Turkish Language Immersion Institute and will publish two exhibition reviews in the e-journal New Middle Eastern Studies. (posted 9-2011)

Submitted on: SEP 1, 2011

Category: Middle Eastern Studies, Students Honors, Awards, and Publications