The purpose of this module is to promote discussion among the parties concerned with refugee issues, including students, researchers, decision makers, and the public. This discussion takes different forms such as conferences and round-table discussions. Public events also encourages both intellectuals and students to produce articles to be published online and in the local newspapers.
Below is the list of conferences and public events, with abstracts available on SSRN:
Al Malki, Majdi. 2012. Palestinian Population Movement in The Palestinian Territories: Policy-Oriented Perspectives. Available on SSRN
Courbage, Youssef. 2012. Demographic Trends and Challenges in Case of Statehood in Palestine, 2012-2048.Available on SSRN
Tartir, Alaa. 2012. Aid and Development in Palestine: Anything, But Linear Relationship.Can Aid Contribute to Development?. Available on SSRN
Bajes, Dalal and Obaid, Hasan. 2011. Gaza between the Victim’s Role and Agency in the Cause: Public Diplomacy as a Model (Arabic). Available on SSRN.
El-Sakka, Abaher. 2011. Sociological Reading of the Palestinian Society in the Gaza Strip (Arabic). Available on SSRN.
Hammoudeh, Samih. 2011. The Indigenous Academic and The American Hegemonic Cultural System: The Case of Ibrahim Abu Lughod and Ward Churchill. (Arabic). Available on SSRN
Karim Barghouti, Abdel. 2011. The Misery of Enlightened Awareness and The First Palestinian Curriculum. (Arabic).
Mansour, Maha Samman. 2011. Israeli Colonial Contraction: The Cases of the Sinai Peninsula and the Gaza Strip. Available on SSRN.
Peteet, Julie. A Fortress Country and a Gated Enclave: Locating the Palestinian Margin. Available on SSRN.
Roy, Sara. 2011. A Land Diminished: Reflections on Gaza’s Landscape . Available on SSRN.
Tuffaha , Rasha. 2011. Fadwa Tuqan: Above The Lines. (Arabic).
Twam, Rashad. 2011. Ibrahim Abu-Lughod’s Personal Library: The search the features of the engaged Intellectual (Arabic).Available on SSRN.
Feldman,Ilana. 2011.Palestinian Refugee Experience in a Changing Humanitarian Order. Available on SSRN