American University of Beirut has announced the launching of a new webpage for the Archives and Special Collections Department at the University Libraries. The newly designed page features updated content and offers a glimpse into their holdings documenting the history of AUB, Lebanon, the Arab World and the region at large.
ARIJ's mission is promoting sustainable development in the occupied Palestinian territories and the self-reliance of the Palestinian people through greater control over their natural resources. In its capacity as a national research institute, it frequently provides current data and research necessary to the formulation of position papers and policy strategies on such issues as land and water resources.
The European Centre for Palestine Studies works to support the coordination and facilitation of British and European scholarly knowledge and discussion on Palestine, and offers programs for postgraduate studies on Palestine.
The Institute for Palestine Studies (IPS) is an independent institute devoted to research, analysis, and publication on Palestinian affairs and the Arab-Israeli conflict. IPS was established in Beirut in 1963 and also has offices in Washington D.C., Ramallah, and Paris.
Mada al-Carmel: Arab Center for Applied Social Research generates and provides information, critical analysis, and diverse perspectives on the social and political life and history of Palestinians, with particular attention to Palestinians within Israel's 1948 boundaries. Mada also advances critical research on Israeli society and politics in order to further understanding of its undercurrents, particularly in relation to the policies toward Palestinians and Palestine. Mada offers a home for Palestinian and other scholars to develop critical approaches, exchange ideas, and develop their own research.
PASSIA is an independent non-profit research institution located in Jerusalem. PASSIA seeks to present the Palestinian Question in its national, Arab and international contexts through academic research, dialogue and publication.
The primary mission of the Palestinian American Research Center is to improve scholarship about Palestinian affairs, expand the pool of experts knowledgeable about the Palestinians, and strengthen linkages among Palestinian, American, and foreign research institutions and scholars. PARC holds annual competitions for research fellowships and sponsors a travel seminar to Palestine for US professors who are unfamiliar with the region.Visit PARC's website for more information about these annual fellowships.