Newsroom University of Denver (Nader Hashemi)

2018
May
25,
2018
Nader Hashemi is an associate professor in the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. He has taught at the University of Denver since 2008. Hashemi is the director of the Center for Middle East Studies and his research focuses on Islamic affai...
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January
23,
2018
Following the recent wave of protests in Iran, the Josef Korbel School of International Studies hosted a forum featuring Pardis Mahdavi, acting dean of the school, and Nader Hashemi, professor of Middle Eastern politics and director of Korbel’s Cente...
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January
09,
2018
Over the past year, Roddy MacInnes, associate professor of art and art history, has worked with his students on a project called Personal Histories Photography. In this interview with KUSA, MacInnes and his students describe the project which consist...
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2017
October
09,
2017
DU faculty were in the media this week discussing tamarisk plants, a common thread in mass shootings and how we classify domestic terrorism. Read on for more from Anna Sher, Nancy Leong and Nader Hashemi. In an interview for CPR’s Colorado Matters...
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May
04,
2017
Nader Hashemi is an associate professor in the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. He has taught at the University of Denver since 2008. Hashemi is the director of the Center for Middle East Studies and his research focuses on Islamic affai...
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April
12,
2017
Nader Hashemi is an associate professor in the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. He has taught at the University of Denver since 2008. Hashemi is the director of the Center for Middle East Studies and his research focuses on Islamic affai...
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March
14,
2017
The violence and chaos in the Middle East today are often attributed to “sectarianism” — a catch-all explanation for the region’s turmoil. But in “Sectarianization: Mapping the New Politics of the Middle East,” co-editors Nader Hashemi and Danny P...
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2016
November
09,
2016
From the Middle East to North Korea, leaders from around the world are viewing a Donald Trump victory differently today. While many countries may have been rooting for Hillary Clinton to take over the White House, President-elect Trump has severa...
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October
27,
2016
University of Denver alumnus Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran’s minister of foreign affairs, received this week the Chatham House Prize for his role in leading a two-year effort to secure a historic accord to limit Iran’s nuclear ability. Zarif shared ...
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September
15,
2016
As President Obama comes to the end of eight years in the White House, many are looking back at his legacy. The Sié Center, along with the Middle East Center, hosted a panel discussion on Tuesday, Sept. 13, to examine Obama’s legacy in the Middle Eas...
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June
15,
2016
The FBI continues to investigate what motivated an American Muslim to open fire inside a gay nightclub in Orlando, killing 49 people. Authorities have confirmed that 29-year-old Omar Mateen had pledged allegiance to ISIS, but there is no evidence he ...
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June
13,
2016
49 people were killed and more than 50 are hurt after a shooting early Sunday morning inside Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Many of the injured are in critical condition and surgeons fear the death toll will likely climb. More than 300 p...
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