In the Center for Near and Middle Eastern Studies, the
following eight subject areas are represented by professorial
- Ancient Near Eastern Studies
- Arabic Studies
- Iranian Studies
- Islamic Studies
- Middle East Economics
- Middle Eastern Politics
- Semitic Studies
Moreover, firmly established academic programs exist for the subject areas:
- Cultural Studies
- Turkish Studies (part-time lectureships, Erasmus program, visiting professorships)
- Archaeology of the Middle East and Central Asia (adjunct professor)
This combination of subjects established at the CNMS represents a unique variety of Near and Middle Eastern expertise.
In addition to the core competencies in these subject areas, the Center benefits from a broad network of contacts within the Philipps University. This table shows which agreements on module exchange, joint courses and research groups are in place.