Arab Studies Institute
Washington DC - Beirut
Arab Uprisings Brown Bag Lecture Series: Saudi Arabia's Counterrevolutions: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
By Rosie Bsheer
12/05/2011 07:00 am
Location: George Mason University, Research Hall, Room 161.
The Arab Studies Institute (ASI) and George Mason University's Middle East Studies Program present Arab Uprisings Brown Bag Lecture Series: "Saudi Arabia's Counterrevolutions: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives" on December 5, 2011, at 12 PM, at George Mason University, Research Hall, Room 161.
Rosie Bsheer is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at Columbia University, where she also earned a Master of Arts in International Relations in 2006. Her academic training has been primarily in the history, politics, and culture of the modern Middle East, with a focus on the Arab states of the Persian Gulf. Since 2010, Rosie has also served as Co-Editor for Jadaliyya. Rosie just returned to New York City after two years of conducting dissertation research in Saudi Arabia as an SSRC-IDRF fellow and Columbia University GSAS fellow for her dissertation, currently titled “Making History: Petro-modernity and Spatial Transformations in Saudi Arabia