Three Views of Oman, Society and Religion 1945–2006 highlights the work of three photographers, each of whom sees the world with a distinct gaze. Seen as a whole, the exhibition establishes a rich visual culture for Oman over a 70 year period and suggests that individuals as much as civilizations bring their uniqueness to the challenge of Anglo-American and Arab cultural engagement.
At the Dining Hall St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, September 30th from 5:30-7:30.
The Arab Protest:
Sustainable Democracy or Outburst?
Distinguished scholars discuss recent protests in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Jordon, Iraq, Iran, Algeria, the Sudan, Bahrain, and Libya.
A Conversation with Abdulrahman Al-Salimi, Editor, Al-Tasamoh, and Hassan I. Mneimneh, Editor, IjtihadReason, hosted by William A. Galston, The Ezra K. Zikha Chair in Governance Studies, The Brookings Institution.
At the Center for Public Conversation on March 8th. Watch Video.
IjtihadReason is an online publication of The Center for Global Engagement at the Institute for American Values and Al-Tasamoh