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    Livingstone College On “Miracle Marathon”
Special ToTfcVPOSl
Dr. Frederick Swan,
Associate Professor of
Political Science and Dr.
Mitchell Harris, Assistant
Professor of History at
Livingstone College, are
among twelve professors
from colleges in the South
east who have been
awarded Joseph J. Malone
Post-doctoral fellowships
which include two weeks in
Egypt in June in a special
program sponsored by
Duke University's Islamic
and Arabian Development
Studies Program. The
participants are affiliated
with the program as out
reach college coordinators.
Most are graduates of the
summer Program in
Arabian Studies for College
Teachers given at Duke in
d a Refresher Sym
given at Duke in
-The award of the
fellowship was announced
, in.Washington, D.C. by Dr.
John Duke Anthony, Pres
ident of the National
Council on U.S.-Arab
Relations, and in Durham
by Dr. Ralph Braibanti,
James B. Duke Professor
of Political Science and
Founder Director of Duke’s
Program is Islamic and
Arabian Development
William Greene
.Livingstone President
studies. The Malone
Fellowships in Egypt are
established and financed
by the National Council on
U.S.-Arab Relations.
The post-doctoral fellow
ships are named in honor
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Malone, a distinguished
scholar of Arab affairs,
who was a member of the
Board of Advisors of the
NatonaL Council and a
frequent lecturer in Duke’s
Outreach Program. Dr.
Malone bequeathed his
library to the Duke Center
and the National Council
has financed renovation of
the Center’s offices for
housing the collection.
Dr. Braibanti said that
the Egyptian program is a
natural sequal to the
earlier summer program
and is “a natural
expression of the relation
ship which existed between
Dr. Malone, the National
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embrace an intensive
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Cairo, including lectures on
Islamic and Arab affairs as
well as Egyptian history.
The course, concentrating
on political and economic
problems of Arab
development, will be
taught by members of the
faculty of IKe American
University in Cairo. It will
include field trips to
historic sites and museums
and wiH allow time for
individual research. The
study-tour in Cairo. It will
be supplemented by a
second refresher sym
posium for the group to be
held at Duke in 1985.
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