Peace, Power, and Protests: Challenges of Environmental Sustainability in the Middle East and North Africa

The Center for Middle Eastern Studies and the Institute of the Environment present:

 

a series of environment-related lectures about the Middle East

 
 
Activists, experts, and the state: Environmental politics and Egypt’s 2011 uprising 
Jeannie Sowers, University of New Hampshire 
Thursday, March 13 at 6pm in ILC 130
 
 
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Water and the Arab-Israeli peace process
Aaron Wolf, Oregon State University 
Friday, March 28 at 3.30pm in Harvill 404
 
 
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Environmental activism above politics? How contests over energy projects in Turkey are intertwined with identity politics
Ståle Knudsen, University of Bergen, Norway 
Monday, March 31 at 4pm in Marshall 490
 
 
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A siege of salt and sand: A documentary exploration of 21st century “climate chaos” in Tunisia 
Sam McNeil, University of Arizona 
Tuesday, April 8 at 6pm in Bannister 424
 
 
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Terrors of the desert sublime: Historical political ecology for a sustainable future in the Middle East
Diana Davis, University of California, Davis 
Wednesday, April 16 at 4pm in Marshall 490
 
 
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