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Is Israel an Apartheid State?

1 March 2016, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Benjamin Pogrund and Sasha Polakow-Suransky

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), and Roman Vater (OCHJS)

Registration is requested for this event.  Please email middle.east@area.ox.ac.uk

Israeli-African Relations Today

29 February 2016, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Naomi Chazan and Yossi Melman

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), and Roman Vater (OCHJS)

This event will be co-sponsored with DPIR.

Are We One Nation? Socialist Zionism, East Europe, and Palestine, 1917-1939

23 February 2016, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Rona Yona (New York University)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), and Roman Vater (OCHJS)

Women of the Wall: Navigating Religion in the Public Sphere

16 February 2016, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Nachshon Perez (Tel Aviv University) and Yuval Jobani (Bar Ilan University)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), and Roman Vater (OCHJS)

The Limits of Refusal: Israel, Lebanon, and the Shadow of 1982

9 February 2016, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Seth Anziska (UCL)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), and Roman Vater (OCHJS)

This event will be co-sponsored with the Middle East Centre.  

The Nostalgic Return to the British Mandate in Israeli Culture

2 February 2016, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Eitan Bar Yosef (Ben-Gurion University)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), and Roman Vater (OCHJS)

Israel-Hamas Negotiations: From Prisoner Swaps to Peace?

26 January 2016, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Gershon Baskin

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), and Roman Vater (OCHJS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Lives in Common: Arabs and Jews in Jaffa, Jerusalem and Hebron

26 May 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Menachem Klein, Bar Ilan University

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS) & Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Email susannah.bartholomew@area.ox.ac.uk to register

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Zionism, the Talmud, and the PLO Research Centre

19 May 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Jonathan Gribetz, Princeton University

Convenor(s): Sara Hirschhorn, Sharon Wienblum

Email susannah.bartholomew@area.ox.ac.uk to register

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Palestinians in Israeli Prisons: Profiling and Treatment

12 May 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Sagit Yehoshua, King's College, London

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS) & Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Email susannah.bartholomew@area.ox.ac.uk to register

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Not in my name: Vulnerability, Complicity, and Responsibility in Jewish Israeli Left-Wing Activism

5 May 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Fiona Wright, University of Cambridge

Convenor(s): Sara Hirschhorn, Sharon Wienblum

Email susannah.bartholomew@area.ox.ac.uk to register

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Zionist Leadership after Herzl's Death: The Cases of Moses Gaster

10 March 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Michael Berkowitz (University College London)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS) & Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Israel's Security Nexus as Strategic Restraint: The Case of Iran 2009-2012

3 March 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Clive Jones (Durham University)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS) & Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Psychiatric Futures: Illness Narrative, and Generational Memory in Iran

2 March 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Orkideh Behrouzan, King's College London

Convenor(s): Dr Philip Robins

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies:Field Notes from the American Jewish Civil War over Israel

24 February 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Peter Beinart (City University of New York)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS) & Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: A Difficult Distance: Israeli Poetry about Gaza

17 February 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Adriana Jacobs University of Oxford)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS) & Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies:The Men Who Ruled Palestine: The High Commissioners from Samuel to Cunningham

12 February 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Bernard Wasserstein (University of Chicago)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS) & Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Bar and Bat Mitzvah of Israeli Jews: A Temporalisation of Israeli Identity?

10 February 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Hizky Shoham (Bar Ilan University)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), & Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: The Failure to Reach Israeli-Egyptian Peace, 1971-1973: Who was responsible?

27 January 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor David Tal (University of Sussex)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS) & Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Israeli Policy on Palestinian Refugees, 1949-1967

20 January 2015, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Ronald Zweig (New York University)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Informal networks and the control regime in the West Bank

25 November 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Cédric Parizot (Universite d'Aix-Marseille)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS) & Johannes Becke (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: An Icon in Times of Crisis: The Kibbutz in Early Israeli Literature

18 November 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Lior Libman (University College London)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS) & Johannes Becke (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: The Burden of Blackness: Comparing the Mizrahi-Israeli and the African-American Experience

11 November 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Bryan Roby (New York University)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS) & Johannes Becke (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Leadership in Times of Crisis: Episodes of 'Operation Peace for Galilee' (1982-1985)

4 November 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Valentina Morselli (Universite libre de Bruxelles)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS) & Johannes Becke (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Ethiopiques in Jerusalem: Israel Joins the Ethiopian Musical Diaspora

28 October 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Ilana Webster-Kogen (SOAS, University of London)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS) & Johannes Becke (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Cursed Victory. A History of Israel and the Occupied Territories

21 October 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Ahron Bregman (King’s College, London)

Convenor(s): Derek Penslar (DPIR & SIAS), Sara Hirschhorn (Oriental Studies & OCHJS), Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, SIAS) & Johannes Becke (Academic Visitor, SIAS)

Israel Studies Colloquium: Israel Studies in Germany

10 June 2014, 10:30 am

Speaker(s): Jenny Hestermann, Technische Universität Berlin; Shelley Harten, Freie Universität Berlin; Johannes Becke, Academic Visitor, University of Oxford

Convenor(s): Professor Michael Brenner, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München / American University (Washington, DC)

Jenny Hestermann (Technische Universität Berlin): Anti-German but Pro-Zionist: On the politics and ideology of the Antideutsche Shelley Harten (Freie Universität Berlin): The Predicament of Context Art: How to mediate Israeli iconography stripped off its national coordinates Johannes Becke (University of Oxford): "...including Israel". On the absence of Israel from Germany's Middle East Studies

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: From Altneuland to Neuland: Israel as Fantasy and Reality

9 June 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Michael Brenner, University of Munich & American University.

Convenor(s): Derek J. Penslar, Stanley Lewis Professor of Israel Studies, University of Oxford.

Professor Derek J. Penslar Inaugural Lecture: What is Israel Studies?

3 June 2014, 5:30 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Derek J. Penslar, Stanley Lewis Professor of Israel Studies

Convenor(s):

Over the past decade, faculty positions in Israel Studies have been created at universities throughout the English-speaking world. This burst of growth has been fed in part by serious academic interest in a small yet highly visible country and in part by political controversies surrounding the country and the way it is represented on university campuses. The proliferation of Israel Studies positions has, ironically, only intensified those controversies. This lecture will discuss what it means for Israel Studies to be an academic discipline and how it can best be integrated into the university environment. The lecture will demonstrate the contributions Israel Studies can make to public discussion about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and its possible resolution. At the same time, it argues that scholarship on Israel must have a life of its own and must not be boxed in by political dictates or mobilized in the service of a moral cause.

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Fear and Trembling along the Israeli Border in the 1950s

2 June 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Orit Rozin, Tel Aviv University.

Convenor(s): Derek J. Penslar, Stanley Lewis Professor of Israel Studies, University of Oxford.

A Tale of Two Forests - Comparing the Historical Patterns of Deforestation and Conservation in the Brazilian Atlantic and Amazon Forests - 1930-2012

28 May 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Jose Augusto Padua, (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Rachel Carson Centre in Munich)

Convenor(s): William Beinart

Middle East Seminar: Israel: Interrupted Democratic Development?

23 May 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Itzhak Galnoor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Convenor(s): Dr Philip Robins, School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies & St. Antony's College, University of Oxford.

Middle East Seminar: State Responsibility and the Policy of Privatization in Israel

20 May 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Itzhak Galnoor, Hebrew Univeristy of Jerusalem.

Convenor(s): Dr Philip Robins, School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies & St. Antony's College, University of Oxford,

International Conference: Global Conflict and Conflict Management: Israel/Palestine and Beyond

18 May 2014, 8:45 am

Speaker(s):

Convenor(s): Professor Derek J. Penslar, Stanley Lewis Professor of Israel Studies, & Fellow of St. Anne's College, University of Oxford, et al.

Since the signing of the Oslo accords, it has generally been assumed within the international community that the Israel-Palestine conflict would be resolved through the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside of Israel. That scenario has not, however, come to pass, and it is not clear if partition might occur, and if not, what scenario might take its place. This conference will explore the history and legacy of partition on a global scale as well as other attempts to resolve or manage nationality conflict over the past century. Focusing on the mechanisms and aftermath of nationality conflict, this two-day international conference will bring together scholars from different disciplines and from around the world to discuss the Israel-Palestinian question via a comparative perspective. Programme: Sunday, 18th May 9:15am Opening remarks, Prof Derek J. Penslar (University of Oxford) 9:30-11am Panel I: Partition Prof Amikam Nahmani (Bar Ilan University): “Partition, For and Against: The Cases of Cyprus and Israel/Palestine” Prof Lucy Chester (University of Colorado): “A ‘High Iron Railing’: Implementing Partition in Palestine and India” Prof Motti Golani (Tel Aviv University): “Why 1937? Britain, the Zionist Movement and the Partition of Palestine” Respondent: Dr Maya Tudor 11:30am-1pm Panel II: Forced Migration Prof Max Bergholz (Concordia University, Montreal): “Global Lessons from a Local History of Forced Migration: Northwest Bosnia, 1941” Dr Hillel Cohen (Hebrew University): “National Narratives Between Conflict and Reconciliation: the 1948 War as a Test Case” Dr Pertti Ahonen (University of Edinburgh): “Forced Migrations in Central and Eastern Europe at the End of World War II and their Subsequent Commemoration” Respondent: Prof Paul Betts 2pm-4pm Panel III: Trauma and Denial Prof Veena Das (Johns Hopkins University): “Violence, Singularity and Proper Names: The Continuous Work of the Everyday” Prof Alon Confino (University of Virginia): “The Warm Sand of the Coast of Tantura: History and Memory in Israel after 1948” Dr Hratch Tchilingirian (University of Oxford): “Living with Injustice and Denial: Turkish-Armenian relations on the threshold of the centenary of the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire” Prof Neil MacFarlane (University of Oxford): “Forced Partition, De Facto Statehood, Mutual Victimhood, and Paths to Resolution: The Case of Nagorno Karabakh” Respondent: Dr Faisal Devji 4:30pm-6pm Panel IV: Boycotts and Sanctions Prof Saul Dubow (Queen Mary, University of London): “Apartheid South Africa: the Making of a Pariah State” Dr Vincent Chapaux (Université Libre de Bruxelles): “The role of the International Community in Western Sahara” Dr Lee Jones (Queen Mary, University of London): “International Sanctions for Peace-making? Reflections on South Africa and Palestine” Respondent: Prof Yuen Foong-Khong Programme: Monday, May 19th 9:30am-11am Panel V: State Expansion, Contraction, and Creation Prof Yahia Zoubir (KEDGE Business School): “Geopolitical Designs in Western Sahara: Denying Statehood to the Rightful People” Prof Amal Jamal (Tel Aviv University): "Beyond Traditional Sovereignty Theory in Conflict Resolution" Prof Reece Jones (University of Hawai'i-Manoa): “Borders, Security, and Territorial Expansion: The West Bank Wall in Global Context” Respondent: Johannes Becke 11:30am-1pm Panel VI: Reconciliation Dr Andrea Purdeková (University of Oxford): “Building Unity in Rwanda? Identity Politics and Genocide Ideology post-1994” Dr Bashir Bashir (Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem): “Four Forms of Arab-Jewish Engagements and the Politics of Reconciliation in Israel/Palestine” Lord Alderdice (University of Oxford): “Devoted Actors and Sacred Values; Understanding the Thinking of Groups in Violent Political Conflict” Respondent: Prof Richard Caplan 2:30pm - 4pm Panel VII: Bilateralism and Multilateralism Lord Bew (Professor of Politics, Queen’s University, Belfast): “No selfish strategic interest? The Northern Irish Model and the Middle East peace process” Dr Amnon Aran (City University of London): “US mediation in Israel-Palestine: The 1991 Madrid Peace Conference Revisited?” Dr Husam Zomlot (Oxford Research Group): “Learning from Fresh Lessons: The Kerry Peace Initiative for Israel/Palestine” Respondent: Dr Noa Schonmann Coordinators: Mr Johannes Becke & Dr Sharon Weinblum Registration: Open to members of the Oxford University Community. Admission is free and advance registration is required. Sponsored by the Middle East Studies Programme, School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies, (SIAS), the University of Oxford.

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: From the Arab Ashkenazi to the Ashkenazi Arab

12 May 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Yair Wallach, SOAS, University of London.

Convenor(s): Derek J. Penslar, Stanley Lewis Professor of Israel Studies, University of Oxford.

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: In Search of David Ben-Gurion

25 February 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Tom Segev

Convenor(s): Professor Derek Penslar

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: The Genesis of the Zionist Right

24 February 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Colin Shindler, SOAS, University of London.

Convenor(s): Professor Derek Penslar

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Facing Jerusalem and Ourselves: American Jewry after the 1967 War

17 February 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Sara Hirschhorn, University of Oxford.

Convenor(s): Professor Derek Penslar

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Dr Chaim Weizmann and his Mandarins

10 February 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Motti Golani, Tel Aviv University.

Convenor(s): Professor Derek Penslar

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Rethinking Borders and Conflict Resolution in Israel/Palestine

3 February 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor David Newman, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

Convenor(s): Professor Derek Penslar

MES Seminar: Illicit Drugs and HIV/AIDS: Harm Reduction Strategies in the Middle East

28 January 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Mr. Elie Aaraj, Executive Director, MENAHRA, Lebanon.

Convenor(s): Dr Philip Robins

The lecture will address important issues related to drug policy, drug use and HIV, by one of the most authoritative voices and well-known activists of drug policy reform in the MENA.  The Middle East and North Africa Harm Reduction Association (MENAHRA) was launched in 2007 as a collaborative initiative by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Harm Reduction International (HRI). MENAHRA is the first network on harm reduction in the MENA, covering 20 countries, from Morocco to Afghanistan.  The current Executive Director, Elie Aaraj, has been working in the field of HIV/AIDS and harm reduction since 1987, when he began with an in-home nursing programme during the civil war.

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Making the EU Matter to Israel-Palestine Peace

27 January 2014, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Rory Miller, King's College, University of London.

Convenor(s): Professor Derek Penslar

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Translating a Neglected Israeli Classic: S. Yizhar's Days of Ziklag

2 December 2013, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Professor Nicholas de Lange, (University of Cambridge).

Convenor(s): Professor Derek J. Penslar

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Zionism in Modern Middle Eastern Jewish Thought

26 November 2013, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Moshe Behar, (University of Manchester), and Professor Avi Shlaim, (University of Oxford).

Convenor(s): Professor Derek J. Penslar

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: The Ghost of Statehood Past: The One-State-Solution, the Alawite State and the Rif Republic

18 November 2013, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Johannes Becke, Academic Visitor, Middle East Studies Programme, University of Oxford.

Convenor(s): Professor Derek J. Penslar

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: Small State Thinking Big: Israel's Periphery Pact in the Middle East.

11 November 2013, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Noa Schonmann, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford.

Convenor(s): Professor Derek J. Penslar

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: African Asylum Seekers in Israel: The Security-Demography Nexus.

4 November 2013, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr Sharon Weinblum (Academic Visitor, Middle East Studies Programme, University of Oxford) and Dr Reuven Ziegler (University of Reading).

Convenor(s): Professor Derek J. Penslar

Seminar in Modern Israel Studies: The Desert, the Island, and the Wall: Space Metaphors in Israeli Culture.

21 October 2013, 5:00 pm

Speaker(s): Yael Zerubavel, Professor of Jewish Studies and History, Rutgers University.

Convenor(s): Professor Derek J. Penslar

Seminar in Israel Studies: The Labour Party and Zionism in 20th Century Britain

3 June 2013, 4:00 pm

Speaker(s): Prof. David Feldman, Birbeck College, University of London.

Convenor(s): Prof. Derek J. Penslar, SIAS and Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford.

Seminar in Israel Studies: Public Debates over History Education in Israel: The Dual Narrative Case Study

20 May 2013, 4:00 pm

Speaker(s): Prof. Eyal Naveh, University of Tel Aviv.

Convenor(s): Prof. Derek J. Penslar, SIAS and Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford.

Seminar in Israel Studies: The Mortality and Morality of Nations: Israelis, Afrikaners, Quebecois

13 May 2013, 4:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr. Uriel Abulof, University of Tel Aviv.

Convenor(s): Prof. Derek J. Penslar, SIAS and Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford.

Seminar in Israel Studies: Privatizing Israel: Motivations, Mechanisms, and Morality

6 May 2013, 4:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr. Amir Paz-Fuchs, University of Oxford.

Convenor(s): Prof. Derek J. Penslar, SIAS and Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford.

Seminar in Israel Studies: Social Protest and Social Networks: Reflections on the Prospects for Israel's Civic Discourse

25 February 2013, 4:00 pm

Speaker(s): Prof. Fania Oz-Salzberger, University of Haifa.

Convenor(s): Prof. Derek J. Penslar, SIAS and Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford.

Seminar in Israel Studies: Secularity and its Discontents: Images of Religiosity in Contemporary Israeli Culture

18 February 2013, 4:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr. Yaron Peleg, University of Cambridge.

Convenor(s): Prof. Derek J. Penslar, SIAS and Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford.

Seminar in Israel Studies: The Dream of the Seventh Dominion: Lewis B. Namier and Some Roads Not Taken in the History of Interwar Zionism

11 February 2013, 4:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr. Arie Dubnov, Stanford University.

Convenor(s): Prof. Derek J. Penslar, SIAS and Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford.

Seminar in Israel Studies: Deconstructing Jewish Ritual in Israeli Theatre

4 February 2013, 4:00 pm

Speaker(s): Dr. Yair Lipschitz, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Convenor(s): Prof. Derek J. Penslar

Seminar in Israel Studies: What is Israel Studies?

28 January 2013, 4:00 pm

Speaker(s): Prof. Derek J. Penslar

Convenor(s): Prof. Derek J. Penslar

Seminar in Israel Studies: Weimar in Jerusalem: The German Roots of Religious Zionist Jurisprudence

21 January 2013, 4:00 pm

Speaker(s): Alexander Kaye, Princeton University

Convenor(s): Prof. Derek J. Penslar

The Future of Interdisciplinary Area Studies in the UK: Developing Research and Research Training

6 December 2005, 9:00 am

Speaker(s):

Convenor(s): Roger Goodman

Workshop held in Oxford in December 2005 sponsored by the ESRC and AHRC and organized by the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies. 

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