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Articles by Jonathan Friedlander

High School Students Attend UCLA Lecture on Iraq

56 students from James Monroe high school trekked to UCLA April 16 to hear RAND Middle East expert Jerry Green examine the Arab world after the Iraq war.
Published on: 4/18/2003
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Outreach to Precollegiate Teachers, Students and Schools

Listed below are the main components of the UCLA International Institute's precollegiate teacher training programs.
Published on: 1/31/2003
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The Bush Administration's Errant Strategy Towards the al-Qaeda Challenge

A public lecture to be held Monday, January 27, 2-4 pm at 10383 Bunche Hall, UCLA.
Published on: 1/21/2003
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US-EU Trade Relations Conference

The Center for European and Russian Studies partners with the World Trade Center Association Los Angeles-Long Beach to present a conference of interest to scholars and the Los Angeles international busines community
Published on: 11/14/2002
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Los Angeles County Teachers Explore Islam in the Contemporary World

Workshop sheds light on the diverse forms and meanings of Islam in the daily lives of Muslims.
Published on: 10/3/2002
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Second-Year Grant from Woodrow Wilson Foundation Expands Teachers As Scholars Program

Grant to UCLA International supports new seminars in 2002 -- focusing on the politics and poetry of maps, on coming of age in Africa, and on Islam & the West
Published on: 4/1/2002
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Middle Eastern Student Leaders Visit UCLA

Arab student leaders from Algeria, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia and Yemen observe American life.
Published on: 3/7/2002
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Summer Institute for Educators

The Institute features five separate seminars focusing on Africa, East Asia and the Pacific Rim, Europe and Russia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Published on: 12/26/2001
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Teachers as Scholars

"What a wonderful interlude to pause, to think, to feel such a scholarly enterprise; to have experienced it makes it real. As a principal, I had a concern for teachers missing school and classtime, I have not such concern now."
Published on: 12/26/2001
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