Conflicts in the Middle East: Navigating the Narratives is designed to provide students and other participants with an understanding of how to fact-find regarding the current state of the Middle East. Through a panel discussion and interactive workshop, participants will learn about and share useful tools and methodologies for finding accurate and legitimate resources from which to draw when forming their own understanding and opinions of regional conflicts.

“Conflicts in the Middle East: Navigating the Narratives”

Monday, November 17, 2014
5:00-6:30 p.m.
UCI Newkirk Alumni Center AB

Facilitated by Daniel Wehrenfennig, Ph.D., Executive Director, Olive Tree Initiative

Daniel Brunstetter, Associate Professor, Political Science, School of Social Sciences, UCI
Brian Williams, Research Librarian for Criminology, Law, and Society, Psychology and
Social Behavior, and U.S. and California Government Information
Aliza Asad, New University Opinion Editor, Olive Tree Initiative Middle East Co-President, Degree anticipated 2016


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