MES presents Elie Podeh: Celebrating the Nation: the Politics of Commemoration in the Arab World
341 Eggers Hall
Elie Podeh holds a Ph.D. from Tel-Aviv University and has been a postdoctoral Fellow at Cornell University. His books include The Quest for Hegemony in the Arab World: the Struggle Over the Baghdad Pact (1995); The Decline of Arab Unity: the Rise and Fall of the United Arab Republic (1999); The Arab-Israeli Conflict in Israeli History Textbooks, 1948-2000 (2002; Arabic version, 2006); Rethinking Nasserism: Revolution and Historical Memory in Modern Egypt (edited with Onn Winckler, 2004); Arab-Jewish Relations: From Conflict to Resolution? Essays in Honor of Professor Moshe Ma'oz (edited with Asher Kaufman, 2006); and Britain and the Middle East: from Imperial Power to Junior Partner (edited with Zach Levey, 2007). His main fields of interests are inter-Arab relations, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and education and culture in the Middle East. Co-sponsored by UISFL and PARCC.
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