Following in the footsteps of other Palestinian international film festivals in London, Boston, Madrid and Santiago, the purpose of the Buenos Aries Festival is to engage Latin American audiences with filmic depictions of Palestinian history and cultures.
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In a gallery outside the Alumnae Lounge at Tufts University hung 26 photographs, including of youth standing around a fire blazing next to the Israeli separation wall at night; an elderly woman's portrait taken in a shard of mirror; girls on an amusement park ride in t-shirts emblazoned "Free Palestine;" a man lying in a hospital bed with a bloodied face, a bullet still bulging from his temple.
On June 20, 2015, the Center for Palestine Studies (CPS), Middle East Institute (MEI), and the Open University Project hosted 23 teachers for a workshop on Citizenship and Nationality in Israel/Palestine led by Columbia Law Professor Katherine Franke .
The Center for Palestine Studies at Columbia University is pleased to announce the fifth recipient of the Ibrahim Abu Lughod Award in Palestine Studies, Areej Sabbagh-Khoury.
The Center for Palestine Studies at Columbia University is pleased to announce the 2015-2016 recipient of the Palestine & Law Fellowship, Emilio Dabed.
Palestinian director Mohanad Yaqubi, AFAC Grantee for his feature documentary film Off Frame: A Journey through militant cinema
Brian Boyd: In June 2012, with a small group of Palestinian colleagues, I entered the Wadi en-Natuf in Palestine for the first time since 2000. In June 2000, it looked like this:
Three plays by major contemporary Palestinian playwrights will be performed as staged readings on consecutive nights in New York this month, under the title "Permission to Narrate."
The Center for Palestine Studies 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.
As you enter through its main gate under a pair of fluttering Palestinian flags, the Cisterna municipal stadium looks like any run-down soccer field in the West Bank or the Jordan Valley. The parking lot is unpaved and the cars entering for the afternoon game send up yellow clouds of dust.
A conversation with Nurit Peled-Elhanan, Language and Education, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The Center for Palestine Studies at Columbia University's Middle East Institute is pleased to announce the 2015-2016 Ibrahim Abu-Lughod Award in Palestine Studies.
The Center for Palestine Studies at Columbia University is pleased to announce the fourth recipient of the Ibrahim Abu Lughod Award in Palestine Studies, Omar Imseeh Tesdell.