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The experts at the “Islam: A Religion of Extremism” panel.
Panel of Experts Questions Connection Between Islam and Extremism

With extensive media coverage of gruesome acts committed by ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, Jihadists, the Taliban and the Boko Haram, to name a few, many Americans wonder why Islam lends itself so readily to violent extremism. The same question has been recently raised on-campus by the Enquiry, a weekly opinion editorial sponsored by the Alexander Hamilton Institute, prompting the Muslim Students Association (MSA) and the Arabic and Middle East Club (AMEC) to invite a panel of experts to campus in an effort to deepen the community’s understanding of the connection, or lack thereof, between Islam and extremism.  More ...

“Islam: A Religion of Extremism?” Panel is Feb. 11

Hamilton College will host a panel titled “Islam: A Religion of Extremism?” with a panel of experts, including former U.S. ambassadors and faculty with expertise in the Middle East, on Wednesday, Feb. 11, at 4:15 p.m., in the Chapel. The discussion is free and open to the public.  More ...

Richard Karrat '12
Richard Karrat '12 to Teach English in Jordan Through Fulbright ETA

Richard Karrat ’12, a candidate for May graduation, has been awarded a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship to Jordan. A Dean’s List student, Karrat is a French and world politics major at Hamilton.  More ...

Mireille Koukjian
Koukjian Presents Lecture at USMA

Mireille Koukjian, visiting instructor of critical languages, presented a lecture titled “Including Story Boards in Arabic Instruction” at the 2010 Arabic LEARN Conference held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point  More ...

Arabic classes visited the mosque in Utica on Dec. 4.
Arabic Classes Visit Local Mosque
Students from first and second year Arabic classes in the Critical Languages Program (CLP) visited the Mosque located on Court Street in Utica on Dec. 4. They were accompanied by Mireille Koukjian, instructor of Arabic; Ahmad Alshorman, Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant; Mary Beth Barth, director of the CLP; and Aaron Spevack, visiting professor of religious studies. More ...