Northeast Ohio Consortium for Middle East Studies (NOCMES) proudly presents Stanford University Professor and noted Middle East Historian, Joel Beinin, who will be in Northeast Ohio for four events on March 2 & 3, 2015. The subject of all his events will be the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
On Monday, March 2 at 9am EST, Prof. Beinin will appear on WCPN`s The Sound of Ideas He will discuss BDS at Stanford and more broadly as well as PM Netanyahu`s speech to Congress. Case`s Brian Amkraut will appear opposite of Beinin. You can listen here to the Sound of Ideas live and they make the show available as a podcast afterwards.
Also on Monday March 2 at 4:30pm, Prof. Beinin will speak on High Risk Activism and Popular Struggle Against Israeli Occupation in the West Bank at Case Western Reserve University. The following day (March 3) at Kent State, Beinin will give a reprise of the High Risk Activism lecture at the KIVA at 12pm. While these events are on university campuses, they are open to the public.
On the evening of March 3, NOCMES teams up with the City Club of Cleveland and The Happy Dog (Westside) to bring Prof. Beinin in a moderated conversation on “Israel and Palestine: Where do we go from here?” This event is also free and open to the public.
NOCMES is videotaping of these events and will gladly share them in the days following the event. For more information, follow @nocmes on twitter.
NOCMES would like to thank the Deans in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences at Kent State and Case for their support and for making these lectures possible.