"The End of an Option? Perspectives on a Two State Solution to the Israeli-Arab Conflict""The End of an Option? Perspectives on a Two State Solution to the Israeli-Arab Conflict"http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/93122Chase Auditorium2009-04-20T16:15:002009-04-20T18:00:00
April 20, 4:15PM–6:00PM
Talk by Professor Ian Lustick, University of Pennsylvania
The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship in conjunction with Students for Justice in Palestine bring you a talk Professor Ian Lustick of the University of Pennsylvania. The talk will focus around the current (in)viability of the Two State Solution as the answer the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. This will be part of a series of events under the banner of Palestine Awareness Week.
Dr. Lustick is interested comparative politics, international politics, Middle Eastern politics, and agent-based, computer assisted modeling for the social sciences. He teaches courses on Middle Eastern politics, political identities and institutions, techniques of hegemonic analysis, the expansion and contraction of states, and on relationships among complexity, evolution, and politics. Dr. Lustick is a recipient of awards from the Carnegie Corporation, the National Science Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Social Sciences Research Council, and the United States Institute of Peace.
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