Arab universities need to do more to support young researchers, and women in particular, argues the nanotechnologist Amal Amin.
Teachers are carers by nature, but where can they turn for care themselves? Equitable, caring policies at their own institutions matter most.
Teachers are by nature care-givers, but where can they turn for the care they need? A faculty developer identifies three sources.
An Egyptian scholar who studied Jewish history in an Arab society found self-censorship a difficult trap to escape.
An education expert suggests good practices teachers can use to build community with students and create a caring climate in their courses.
An Egyptian professor explains the complex motives behind her decision to limit her own freedom of expression.
Academic self-censorship not only hinders individuals’ intellectual output and creativity but comes at a cost to whole societies.
International relations theories do not travel seamlessly across borders. A forum of Arab scholars examines how the discipline is studied in their world.
Using foreign terms in Arabic does not weaken or devalue it, a scholar argues, but rather allows it to develop and keep pace with the modern world.
In his new book, John Waterbury proposes a series of reforms that could transform educational systems in the Middle East and North Africa.