The Institute and our affiliated centers and programs record selected lectures and make them available to the public. To date we have published 812 podcasts.
A livestreamed conversation with General Wesley K. Clark (ret.)
Panel with Virginia Danielson (Director of Libraries, NYU Abu Dhabi), Roberta L. Dougherty (Librarian for Middle East Studies and Curator for the Near East Collection, Yale University)
Panel with Charles Kurzman (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), and Dale J. Correa (University of Texas at Austin)
A book talk by Katharina Piechocki (Harvard University, Comparative Literature)
On this episode of Israel in Depth, Professor Dov Waxman talks with Dr. Jay Rothman, a scholar and practitioner of conflict resolution, about why the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is an identity-based conflict and the implications this has for how to resolve it. Rothman is currently a Visiting Associate Professor at the School of Global Policy and Strategy at the University of California, San Diego. Previously, he taught in the Graduate Program on Conflict Resolution and Negotiation at Bar-Ilan University in Israel.
John Garrigus, Dept. of History, University of Texas, Arlington, “An epidemic that can only be stopped by the most violent remedy”: African ‘Poisons' versus Animal Disease in Saint-Domingue, 1750-1788”
Comment - Stephen Bell, Depts. of History and Geography, UCLA
In this roundtable, the first of an International Institute series on the global pandemic, a group of researchers, clinical practitioners, and journalists will discuss the epidemiological, public health, and political dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil.
A livestreamed book talk with James Mann, award-winning journalist and author
After a third inconclusive election in less than a year, Israel has simultaneously experienced a political crisis, a constitutional crisis and an escalating public health crisis. In this episode, Dov Waxman talks with Israeli political analyst and pollster, Dahlia Scheindlin, to make sense of what's been happening in Israeli politics.
Joseph Nye is a Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor and former Dean of the Kennedy School of Government.
A book talk by Joshua Cole (University of Michigan)
A lecture with Ralph J. Bunche, General-Secretary of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization
A lecture by Laura Robson (Portland State University)
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