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Speaking of Books with Dr. Shay Hazkani: Dear Palestine - UMD Libraries

Event Start Date:
Wednesday, October 06, 2021 - 01:00 PM
Event End Date:
Wednesday, October 06, 2021 - 02:30 PM
Location
Virtual
Add to Calendar 2021-10-06 13:00:00 2021-10-06 14:30:00 Speaking of Books with Dr. Shay Hazkani: Dear Palestine - UMD Libraries Powered by Research Commons at University Libraries. Speaking of Books series features free, open to the community and public talks by UMD faculty authors on their recently published work.  Dr. Shay Hazkani is a historian of the modern Middle East, with a particular interest in the social and cultural history of Palestine/Israel, and Middle Eastern Jews. In his research and teaching he focuses on the interactions between elites and non-elites, and how ideas which emanate from elites and state institutions were transformed and subverted as they make their way to the reflections and conduct of ordinary people. His forthcoming book, Dear Palestine: A Social History of the 1948 War (Stanford University Press) recasts the 1948 war in Palestine through a socio-cultural history of the conflict’s ordinary actors and its transnational reverberations. [Visit full biography]. Register for this Event Virtual America/New_York public

Powered by Research Commons at University Libraries. Speaking of Books series features free, open to the community and public talks by UMD faculty authors on their recently published work. 

Dr. Shay HazkaniDr. Shay Hazkani is a historian of the modern Middle East, with a particular interest in the social and cultural history of Palestine/Israel, and Middle Eastern Jews. In his research and teaching he focuses on the interactions between elites and non-elites, and how ideas which emanate from elites and state institutions were transformed and subverted as they make their way to the reflections and conduct of ordinary people.

His forthcoming book, Dear Palestine: A Social History of the 1948 War (Stanford University Press) recasts the 1948 war in Palestine through a socio-cultural history of the conflict’s ordinary actors and its transnational reverberations. [Visit full biography].

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