Newsletters

Please refer to our newsletters to get periodic highlights of CIRS activities. Print CIRS Newsletters are registered under ISSN 2072-6961.


CIRS E-Bulletins contain news updates about the latest CIRS publications, research initiatives, and events and are delivered to a comprehensive international list-serve. To receive CIRS E-Bulletins, please contact cirsresearch@georgetown.edu

 


 

CIRS Newsletter 15 was published in Fall 2013. contains information about all CIRS news, activities, publications, and research initiative efforts over the Fall 2013-2014 semester.


 

 

CIRS Newsletter 14CIRS Newsletter 14 was published in Spring 2013. The newsletter highlights new CIRS publications and research initiatives, faculty spotlight, and all events over the past few months.

 
 


Newsletter 13CIRS Newsletter 13 was published in Fall 2012. The newsletter announces new CIRS grant opportunities and highlights all the research efforts that CIRS has undertaken over the past semester.

 
 

CIRS Newsletter 12CIRS Newsletter 12 contains information about all of the activities and events that took place during Spring 2012. The Newsletter also highlights two new research initiatives undertaken by CIRS.

 


Newsletter 11The eleventh edition of the CIRS Newsletter contains information about all of the activities and events that took place during Fall 2011. The Newsletter also highlights two new research initiatives undertaken by CIRS.

 

Cover of CIRS Newsletter 10The tenth edition of the CIRS Newsletter describes the research center's most recent activities, lectures, and academic publications. The newsletter also highlights Georgetown faculty research projects.
 
 

Newsletter 9

The ninth edition of the CIRS Newsletter highlights the latest CIRS academic publications as well as the launch of an Arabic-language series. This edition also reports on Georgetown faculty research and a variety of other CIRS scholarly initiatives.


The eighth edition of the CIRS Newsletter reports on all of CIRS activities over the Spring 2009-2010 period. Highlights include Thomas Friedman's Distinguished Lecture, CIRS Working Group meetings, and GU-Qatar faculty spotlights. 


The seventh edition of the CIRS Newsletter provides an overview of CIRS activities during Fall 2009. It highlights Georgetown SFS-Qatar faculty research, CIRS events, scholarship initiatives and publications,  and working group meetings.

 

Cover of Newsletter 4

The sixth edition of the CIRS Newsletter, published in June 2009, features Georgetown SFS-Qatar faculty research, articles detailing CIRS lectures and events, and highlights CIRS research initiatives such as the Migrant Labor in the Gulf Cooperation Council working group project.
 

Cover of Newsletter 4The fifth edition of the CIRS Newsletter was published in March 2009 and highlights research by Georgetown SFS-Qatar faculty, the Distinguished Lecture by Hanan Ashrawi, the second phase of the International Relations of the Gulf working group meetings, and various academic and scholarly programs.
 

Cover of Newsletter 4The fourth issue of the CIRS Newsletter, published in December 2008, highlights the activities conducted by CIRS during Fall 2008. This issue introduces readers to the new CIRS website, the first phase of the International Relations of the Gulf working group meetings, and spotlights on SFS-Qatar faculty.
 

NewsletterThe third issue of the CIRS Newsletter was published in March 2008. In this issue, CIRS reports on its MUN 2008 and Global Media and War conferences, and a lecture by Dr. John Esposito. In addition, it highlights the work of  SFS-Qatar professors Ganesh Seshan and Ibrahim Oweiss.
 

NewsletterThe second issue of the CIRS Newsletter, published in January 2008, contains summaries of lectures by Drs. Seikaly, Wasserman, Sonbol and Laude, as well as reports on CIRS' panels on the Environment and on America and the Middle East.

 

NewsletterThe first issue of the CIRS Newsletter was published in September 2007. It highlighted the American Arts Festival, CIRS research, and Mehran Kamrava's lecture on the US and Iran.