In a region with a psychiatrist shortage, nonexperts are called on to help refugees cope with psychological trauma. Art therapy is one way this is happening in Iraq.
The University of Mosul’s professors and students have come back to the campus, but have to cope with demolished and scarred infrastructure and lingering security concerns.
Scholars compared the New York Times’s removal of documents to past thefts of artifacts by archaeologists and armies.
University students in Egypt’s most troubled province, long targeted by terrorist attacks, face extreme difficulties in continuing their studies.
A new book explores how jihadists use poetry, music and video to strengthen their cause.
As the Iraqi-led coalition takes back territory, liberated universities are trying to serve students again.
As boycott persists, students face disruptions and officials warn of longer-term impact.
With support from the higher education ministry, four collaborative research projects seek to understand how terrorism begins among young people, its impact, and how to stop it.
After many Arab countries broke relations with Qatar, Qataris abroad are facing the consequences and Arab students and professors in Qatar also feel threatened.