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- • Testing the boundaries of teaching science
- • Harris-Lacewell draws on intellectual prowess and common sense
- • Energy plant wins award for reducing pollution and improving efficiency
- • Film about senior thesis performance earns honors
- • Students turn class into effort to help New Orleans rebuild
- • Exhibition, panel to document socialist architecture in Eastern Europe
- • Spotlight
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Greg Bell (photo: Denise Applewhit)e
Name: Greg Bell.
Position: Program coordinator for the Institute for the Transregional Study of the Contemporary Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia. Working with faculty members to formulate the institute’s annual research themes. Inviting scholars to speak at lecture series. Organizing conference meetings. Serving as program coordinator for the Committee for South Asian Studies.
Quote: “I have had the opportunity to meet so many interesting and important scholars in the field of Near Eastern studies. I have a Ph.D. in Middle Eastern studies, so it’s great to keep abreast of current research in my field.”
Other interests: Teaching Arabic language and literature courses at the Princeton Adult School. Bicycling. Traveling to the Middle East and England with his wife, Joyce Bell, who works at Firestone Library.