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Violence's Law

Violence's Law
100 St. George St., Room 2098
Time: Nov 3rd, 12:30 pm End: Nov 3rd, 2:30 pm
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Skype lecture by George Bisharat, UC-Hastings, for the JHI Working Group on Middle East History and Theory

The Jackman Humanities Institute Working Group on Middle East History and Theory is pleased to present

George Bisharat (via Skype)

Violence's Law

Thursday November 3rd 2012, 12:30-2:30 pm
Sidney Smith Hall (100 St. George St.), Rm 2098 (History Department Seminar Room).
For additional information, contact Oscar Jarzmik.

This event is free and open to the public.

George Bisharat is Professor of Law at the University of California--Hastings. Professor Bisharat studied law, anthropology, and Middle East studies at Harvard, and writes frequently on law and politics in the Middle East. Professor Bisharat will be sharing with us his most recent work on the relationship between law and violence through recent events in Israel/Palestine.

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