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Summer course available on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

If you're thinking of taking a course during the summer, consider an online class examining the origins and development of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict – Middle East Studies 177. The course is an offering by one of the Y&S Nazarian Center's most popular instructors, Dr. Shaiel Ben-Ephraim. Click headline for more info.

The UCLA Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies and the Middle East Studies program are offering an online course during Summer Session A (6/22-7/31): Middle East Studies 177 (Variable Topics) - The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Tuesday and Thursdays, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM.

The course instructor is Dr. Shaiel Ben-Ephraim, a Visiting Scholar with the Nazarian Center. He was previously a post-doctoral fellow with the center in the 2017-18 and 2018-19 academic years. 

The class will examine the origins and development of Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Among the topics explored are the emergence of Zionist movement and rise of Palestinian movement. Also, discussion of origins and attempts to resolve conflict throughout years, with special attention to wider regional and international context of conflict.

This class – open to students of all disciplines – can count toward the minor in Israel Studies and may also qualify as an upper division elective for Poli Sci, Jewish Studies, Middle East Studies, and International & Area Studies majors or minors. Be sure to check with your department.

UCLA Summer Session courses are open to students from all UC campuses and other universities.

MORE INFORMATION: https://ucla.in/2xcSTPm