Transitional justice process sparks debate about how historians have treated the country’s founding father and his legacy.
As scholarship programs for refugee youth expand, the UN refugee agency and others are trying to make sure the programs do not place refugee youth at risk.
In the wake of the Turkish president’s referendum victory last month, the government is arresting and deporting Arab students.
The American University of Beirut’s City Debates conference reflects a growing conflict between city gentrification and citizens’ needs.
Researcher says scholars should recognize the true origin of African sounds in Omani traditional music.
Hatoon al Fassi, a Saudi scholar, has provoked controversy in Qatar for arguing that the Koran, correctly interpreted, supports the empowerment of women.
The Academic Freedom Monitoring Report, a project of Scholars at Risk, has highlighted Egypt, especially the bans there that prevent professors from traveling.
In the latest blow to Egypt’s academic freedom, a private university destroyed some architecture students’ projects and fired a professor.
Academics at Turkish universities, once among the most international in the region, face a travel ban and forced resignations.
The Scholars at Risk network has given its highest award to those professors and students in Egypt who have suffered under the military government’s crackdown on freedom of speech.