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New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
Interviews with Scholars of the Middle East about their New Books
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4.4 stars from 18 ratings
Fantastic show!
Always fascinating, and makes me want to do Middle Eastern Studies at uni!! The range of guests is especially fantastic, and the interview is in-depth, but accessible. Some audio quality problems, but otherwise always excellent
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