This Is Auburn Office of International Programs Service to the World
Year of the Middle East & North Africa

Upcoming Events

Book panel 2:00-4:00 p.m.

Reception 4:00-4:30 p.m.

Alumni Center Atrium

Since the ill-named Arab Spring, images of Egyptian women have flooded TV screens and print media, concentrating on their trials and tribulations and their regressive condition. Daughters of the Nile: Egyptian Women Changing Their World seeks to correct these flawed images by focusing on a group of 38 modern Egyptian pioneers, groundbreakers and achievers, recognized in all professional fields in six countries and on three continents.

Hosted by the College of Liberal Arts

Date, Time, Location TBA

Join Auburn students from across the Middle East and North Africa to discover their home cultures first hand.

Two and a half hours before kickoff

Corner of Mell and Roosevelt Streets

The annual “Year of…” tailgate is one of OIP’s most anticipated events. Join us for free food, music and a Middle Eastern dance show.

7 p.m. at the Student Center Ballroom

Fouad Abu-Gosh manages a restaurant with a mission in a small village outside Jerusalem. Believing that food can bring people together across the lines that divide them, the Abu Ghosh restaurant fosters peace, understanding and conversation over its world-famous hummus. Join us as we break bread together to focus on the many things that unite us.

More about Fouad Abu-Gosh

March 16 - 18 in Foy Hall Auburn University

Auburn University will host the Spring 2018 Southeast Regional Middle East and Islamic Studies Society conference.


Limited seating is available to the public for each lecture. To reserve a spot, register here.

Last Updated: March 07, 2018