David Card, a co-winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics, talks about some of the world’s most urgent issues: wages, immigration, and education.
The Egyptian artist Evelyn Ashamallah draws on imagination and memory in paintings that tell “stories that deserve to be told.”
“University is universal in nature, hence the name,” argues the Bahraini scholar Nader Kadhim. His cultural criticism takes an interdisciplinary approach.
The Algerian-born scholar Mohamed Zairi designed quality management systems for governments, schools and other organisations around the world.
Son of a Qur’an reciter, religious influences played an important part in making him one of the greatest interpreters of traditional Arab singing.
A longtime social researcher, Abdelbaki Hermassi was an expert on state and society in the Maghreb. He also served as a cultural minister and diplomat.
Building the staff, supporting refugees, and improving graduates’ employment rates are priorities for Aree Abdulqader, the first female university president in Duhok.
Nathir Obeidat recently became president of a university struggling with debt, Covid-19 hurdles, and other hotspot issues.
David Julius, a co-winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, talks about his research and the importance of public support for science.
A new memoir by Egypt’s best-known jewelry designer advocates continuous learning, expresses her belief in Arab nationalism, and calls for the protection of traditional arts and crafts.