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Leading publisher of scholarly books and journals on international affairs, political science, languages, religion and ethics.
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Happy Holidays! (Not pictured Ioan Suciu & Milica Cosic) @jessicapellien

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"Getting Set-Up on the Al-Kitaab Website" - an instructional video for Arabic language teachers Getting Set-Up on the Al-Kitaab Website (for Teachers)

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"Readers seem more excited about the book as a physical object, even as publishing becomes increasingly digital." http://ow.ly/AkDOk

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Matthew Levitt discusses his new book, "Hezbollah: The Global Footprint of Lebanon's Part of God."

The book is the first thorough examination of Hezbollah's covert activities beyond Lebanon's borders, including its financial and logistical support networks and its criminal and terrorist operations worldwide. http://ow.ly/zNZkq

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Professors Kristen Brustad and Mahmoud Al-Batal, authors of the Al-Kitaab Arabic Language Program, discuss the pedagogy behind the third editions of the series: http://ow.ly/zNZxE #video #Arabic #languagelearning

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Interested in working in academic publishing? Georgetown University Press is hiring for two full-time positions: http://press.georgetown.edu/georgetown/about-press/career-opportunities/info-freelancers

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Georgetown University Press turns 50 this year! Learn more about how we're celebrating: http://press.georgetown.edu/georgetown/50Anniversary

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Thanks +The Huffington Post for an argument in favor of reading more! Hope everyone has some good books lined up for summer. 

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So excited to be attending #AAUP2013  in Boston this week! 

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Curious how we might go about ending the war in Afghanistan? Listen to this interview with Hy Rothstein and Russell Muirhead. They present a range of options—from immediate withdrawal of all coalition forces to the maintenance of an open-ended, but greatly reduced military presence—weighing the many costs, risks, and benefits of each alternative. #afghanistanwar   #afghanistan   #internationalaffairs   #securitystudies  
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