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Israeli Politics Now

Wednesday 6 March 2024
Cleveringaplaats 1
2311 BD Leiden

This teach-in led by Cyrus Schayegh will touch on three issues: Israeli views of the 7 October massacre and the Gaza War now; Israeli views of possible futures, including regional and global dimensions; and parties, protest movements, and key issues in Israeli politics. 

This panel is part of the Leiden University teach-in series on Palestine and Israel Challenging Myths and Exceptions.

This event is only accessible for staff and students of Leiden University - so be sure to bring your LU card.

About the speaker

Cyrus Schayegh is Professor of International History and Politics at the Geneva Graduate Institute. He is working on transimperial history, including an introductory book to that field, and on a primary source collection and a series of article-length case studies that bring the 20th-century Middle East to bear on global and imperial history. His most recent works are the monograph The Middle East and the Making of the Modern World, the edited volume Globalizing the U.S. Presidency: Postcolonial Views of John F. Kennedy, and the online primary source collection "International Dimensions of Decolonization in the Middle East and North Africa" at the Wilson Center.

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