Announcements

The German Elections: Future Scenarios

 

Ibrahim Abu-Lughod Institute of International Studies

 Cordially invites you to attend a public lecture entitled

The German Elections: Future Scenarios

By Mr. Marc Frings

 Director of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

Wednesday, October 04, 2017

1:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Illegalized Bodies Crossing the Mediterranean

 

 In cooperation with the External Academic Relations Office at Birziet University

 Cordially invites you to attend a public lecture entitled

Illegalized Bodies Crossing the Mediterranean

By Dr. Maria Pisani

Professor in Community and Youth Studies at University of Malta

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

02:00 PM – 03:30 PM

What Differences Matter?: Research Relations, Reflexivity and Fieldwork in the Global South and Humanitarian Aid Spaces

 

Ibrahim Abu-Lughod Institute of International Studies

And as part of the "Advancing Research and Teaching in Political Economy in the oPt" project funded by the LSE

Cordially invites you to attend a public lecture entitled

What Differences Matter?: Research Relations, Reflexivity and Fieldwork in the Global South and Humanitarian Aid Spaces

By Dr. Marsha Henry

Problematizing Military Masculinity, Intersectionality and Male Vulnerability in Feminist Critical Military Studies

 

Ibrahim Abu-Lughod Institute of International Studies

 And as part of the "Advancing Research and Teaching in Political Economy in the oPt" project funded by LSE

 Cordially invites you to attend a public lecture entitled

Problematizing Military Masculinity, Intersectionality and Male Vulnerability in Feminist Critical Military Studies

By Dr. Marsha Henry

Workshop on: “The EU: Between Common Policies and International System”

The Ibrahim Abu-Lughod Institute of International Studies announces the holding of a symposium featuring students, faculty and professionals at Birzeit University entitled: “The EU: Between Common Policies and International System” This event is based on a course offered this semester by IALIIS “The European Union: Unique Phenomenon”. Twelve students will present their research papers, to be commented by experts.  

Location:  Development Studies Building, First Floor, Room number 104.