CPS and MEI invite you to a teachers' workshop held at Columbia University, June 20, 2015 on citizenship and nationality in Israel/Palestine and its history more broadly.
The Center for Palestine Studies is proud to partner with JustVision to host the NY theatrical premiere of The Wanted 18 at the Cinema Village on June 19.
Mohanad Yaqubi will deliver a Master Class on Palestinian Militant Cinema.
The Center for Palestine Studies is proud to present the launch of its new film initiative, Palestine Cuts.
This workshop at Columbia considered the politics of representations of the Naqab Bedouins as these have emerged over the past decade in advocacy, media, policy, and in cultural and artistic productions.
CPS invites you to staged readings of three plays that embody the contemporary Palestinian playwright's use of art to resist historical, political and geographic erasures.
The goal of the Transitional Justice Network is to promote global discourse and knowledge among students, scholars, and professionals on issues of transitional justice.
Attorney Hassan Jabareen, founder and director of Adalah, the Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel, will present the legal dimensions of political participation by Palestinian citizens of Israel in the 2015 Israeli elections.
Dr. Hatim Kanaaneh, a Palestinian doctor, writer, and activist who has for 35 years worked in providing health care to Palestinians living in the Galilee. He is co-founder of the Galilee society, a medical health and research NGO, and author of the accalimed memoir, A Doctor in Galilee: The Life and Struggle of a Palestinian in Israel
Jamal Nusseibeh, 2014-2015 Palestine & Law Fellow at the Center for Palestine Studies, will address the current legal/political situation in and status of Jerusalem through the lens of the challenges faced by one of its largest surviving Palestinian institutions, Al Quds University.
Please join us for a panel discussion of Israel and Palestine and developments in the International Criminal Court (ICC).