From the disastrous situation in Syria, to the breathtaking speed of events in Egypt and the lingering aftereffects of the near collapse of the global financial system in 2008, the world is changing rapidly. Across the School of Social Sciences, researchers and critical programs are studying and addressing events like these that were unimaginable just a few years back. Join the school in our second lecture of the three-part Social Sciences Expert Series where researchers will share their expertise on crises in Egypt, Israel/Palestine and the African continent.
"Is Crisis the New Normal Across the Middle East and Africa?"
- Julia Elyachar, Anthropology Professor and Center for Global Peace and Conflict Studies Director
- Cecelia Lynch, Political Science Professor and Institute for International, Global and Regional Studies Director
- Daniel Wehrenfenning, Olive Tree Initiative Director
- Moderated by Lawrence Kugelman, Community Activist
Thursday, February 20, 2014
6:00 p.m. Reception
6:30 p.m. Panel Discussion
Social and Behavioral Science Gateway, Room 1517
Parking is available in the Social Science Parking Structure located at Stanford & Campus. Please RSVP to Rosemarie Swatez, firstname.lastname@example.org or 949-824-2511.
CGPACS is launching a three year series of events on how the unimaginable became a new normal after the Arab Spring, the 2008 financial crisis, and accellerated global climate change. IIGaRS is continuing its outreach and support of research into international, global and regional affairs and crises. And OTI will lead another trip to the Middle East to bring students and community members first-hand perspective on conflict and conflict resolution.