Middle East Studies

Why Gaza Matters: The War and its Consequences - a Teach In

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Macmillan 117

Images of death and destruction in Gaza have elicited anguished reactions and raised large questions that go well beyond the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. “Why Gaza Matters,” an open discussion led by five Brown faculty, addresses the causes, contexts, and consequences.

"Gaza: The War and its Consequence" is a teach in with Brown faculty members  Beshara Doumani, director Middle East Studies and Joukowsky Family Professor of Modern Middle East History; Omer Bartov, professor of History; Nina Tannenwald, director International Relations Program and senior lecturer in Political Science; Melani Cammett, professor of Political Science; and Sa'ed Atshan, postdoctoral fellow in International Studies.

Organized by Brown Middle East Studies and the Watson Institute for International Studies.

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