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INST 4850: Contemporary Middle East: Political transformations, human rights and gender politics

This course is a reading intensive course on the modern Middle East, “the cradle of civilization,” located at the juncture of Africa, Asia and Europe. Designed primarily for advanced undergraduates students, it covers a wide time span. We will begin t

Online Resources

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Resources at the UNT Libraries

The UNT Libraries have a wealth of print and e-books about writing literature reviews and related topics. To find additional titles, do a subject search for [dissertations academic handbooks] or a keyword search for [literature review writing] in the UNT library catalog. You can make a search specific to your field by conducting a keyword search including that term, e.g., [literature review writing business].

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