Middle Eastern Lectures is a biennial publication of the Moshe Dayan Center, which serves to disseminate outstanding lectures delivered by visitors to the Center. Number Three (1999) includes lectures by Fred Halliday on Middle Eastern nationalisms, Farhad Kazemi and Olivier Roy on Khatami’s election, Johannes J.G. Jansen on comparing fundamentalisms, and Gudrun Kramer on applying Islamic law. Also included are the lectures from the Center's Special Series on Orientalism: Alastair Hamilton on "Western Attitudes to Islam in the Enlightenment," Robert Irwin on "Oriental Discourses in Orientalism," and John MacKenzie on "Orientalism: A Revisionist View."
Middle Eastern Lectures Number One (1995). Paper, 133 pp., $12.95 ISBN: 965-224-017-6 SOLD OUT
Middle Eastern Lectures Number Two (1997). Paper, 103pp., $6.00 ISBN: 965-224-023-0
Special price for MEL Two and Three: $11.00