FORTY YEARS AFTER CAMP DAVID:
AMERICA, ISRAEL, AND THE PEACE PROCESS
Prof. Kenneth Stein
Founding Director, Emory Institute for the Study of Modern Israel
Wednesday, December 5, 7p.m.
The Millie and Irving Bercowetz Research Library and Commons
Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies
Kenneth W. Stein, Professor of Contemporary Middle Eastern History, Political Science and Israeli Studies, has taught at Emory University since 1977. He is the founding director of the Emory Institute for the Study of Modern Israel (1998). In 2008, he founded and remains president of the Center for Israel Education, focusing on Israel learning beyond the university. His publications include five books and numerous scholarly articles: The Land Question in Palestine, 1917-1939 (Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1984, 1985, and 2003); Making Peace Among Arabs and Israelis: Lessons from Fifty Years of Negotiating Experience (Washington, DC: United States Institute for Peace, 1991); Heroic Diplomacy: Sadat, Kissinger, Carter, Begin, and the Quest for Arab-Israeli Peace (New York: Routledge, 1999) and The June 1967 War: How it Changed Jewish, Israeli and Middle Eastern History (Center for Israel Education, 2017).
Sponsored by the Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies
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