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A talk by Joseph Massad, Associate Professor of Modern Arab Politics and Intellectual History at Columbia University and Author of The Persistence of the Palestinian Question.
Thursday Apr 3, 7:30 pm
Hauser 105, Harvard Law School
Dinner will be provided
A Justice for Palestine Event
***CALL FOR A SOLIDARITY VIGIL FOR GAZA***
Monday March 3, 2008
Location: Harvard Square, in front of Au Bon Pain
On Saturday March 1, 2008, in the bloodiest single day since the beginning of the second Intifada in 2000, US-funded Israeli troops invaded Gaza, killing at least 61 Palestinians and wounding more than 200. Over the last four days, 96 Palestinians have been killed, a third of them children. This year alone, over 200 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces. Meanwhile, Israeli sanctions continue to choke off Gazans from basic needs such as food, clean water, electricity, and medicine.
We are calling on the Cambridge/Boston community to gather in a solidarity vigil demo to voice resounding opposition to the ongoing violence against innocent victims.
End the siege *** End the occupation
A talk by J. Lorand Matory, Professor of Anthropology and of African and African American Studies, Harvard University
Tuesday Dec 4, 11:50 am—12:45 pm.
Lewis 202, Lewis International Law Center, Harvard Law School
Moderated by Vishaal Kishore, SJD Candidate, Harvard Law School
For Professor Matory's Nov 30 op-ed in the Crimson, click here
Thursday November 29, 2007
Austin North, Harvard Law School
Noam Chomsky, Institute Professor and Professor of Linguistics, MIT
"Barriers to Settlement: Background and Prospects"
Beshara Doumani, Associate Professor of History, UC Berkeley and Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University
"Palestine Versus Palestinians?"
Nadim Rouhana, Institute for Conflict Analysis Professor, George Mason University, and Director of Mada al-Carmel -- the Arab Center for Applied Social Research
"Is It Possible That The Occupation Will Not End?"
A Discussion on the 60th Anniversary of the UN Palestine Partition Resolution of November 29, 1947
Moderated by Janet Halley, Royall Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
Presented by Justice for Palestine and co-sponsored by HLS Peace and the National Lawyers' Guild at HLS.