Kenyon Institute Events 2015

War Against the People: Israel, the Palestinians, and Global Pacification, by Jeff Halper, 17th November 2015, Joint event between the Kenyon Institute, the Educational Bookshop and Dar al-Tifel al-Arabi.

Jerusalem in World War I: The Palestine Diary of Consul Conde de Balobar, by Roberto Mazza (University of Limerick) and Salim Tamari (Institute for Palestine Studies), 28th October 2015.  Joint event with the Educational Bookshop.

Shifting Sands: The Unravelling of the Old Order in the Middle East, edited by Raja Shehadeh and Penny Johnson, 14 October 2015. This is a joint event with the Educational Bookshop.

The Struggle for the State in Jordan: The Social Origins of Alliances in the Middle East, by Jamie Allinson (CBRL and Westminster University, UK), 4 August 2015.

The Return of the Ottomans? Locating Palestine in Turkey’s ‘New’ Middle East Policy, by Clemens Hoffmann (Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey), Tues 9 June 2015.

27th Crystal Bennett Memorial Lecture. ‘All roads lead to Mecca: on foot, camel-back and steam, the Syro-Jordanian Darb al-Hajj (7th – 20th c) through the prism of the new technologies,' by Professor Claudine Dauphine 2nd June 2015.

The Re-emergence of the Single State Solution in Palestine/Israel,  with author Cherine Hussein (Kenyon Institute) and Ilan Pappe (University of Exeter). 12 May 2015. Joint event with the Educational Bookshop.

A Tale of Three Promises,  by Karl Sabbagh, 22 April 2015.

The Politics of Education in Israel and Palestine, by Nurit Peled-Elhanan and Samira Alayan (Hebrew University, Jerusalem), 15 April 2015.

Dependent Neoliberalism: Gulf Economic Power in the Mashriq,  by Hannes Baumann (King's College London), 31 March 2015.

One Land, Two States: Israel and Palestine as Parallel States,  edited by Mark LeVine and Mathias Mossberg. Book launch and panel discussion with the editors and chapter contributors, Raja Khalid and Eyal Megged. This was a joint event with the Educational Bookshop, 19 March 2015. 

Yemen since the 'Arab Spring',  by Noel Brehony (CBRL), 10 February 2015.