Follow Us

Follow on Twitter    Follow on Facebook    YouTube Channel    Vimeo Channel    Tumblr    SoundCloud Channel    iPhone App    iPhone App

Jadaliyya Reports

Jadaliyya Editors

Beirut Event: Heritage Watch Day for Heneine Palace & Dalieh of Raouche (18-21 May)

Heritage Watch Day:  Heneine Palace & Dalieh of Raouche  By Save Beirut Heritage & The Civil Campaign to Protect the Dalieh of Raouche 18-21 May 2017 Beirut, Lebanon Beirut has two of 50 selected sites worldwide listed on the 2016 World Monument Watch List. By listing Beirut’s Dalieh of Raouche and Heneine Palace, the World Monument Fund (WMF) aims to raise awareness about the threat to cultural and built heritage sites and monuments that are ...

Keep Reading »

Call for Applicants: The Spatial Turn in Questions of Justice (Beirut, 7 June 2017)

[AUB museum Photographed by BlingBling10 and uploaded via Wikimedia Commons]

Call for Applicants "The Spatial Turn in Questions of Justice" Social Justice and The City Program Issam Fares Institute American University of Beirut Does your research bring up issues of social or spatial (in)justice? Does it invoke social issues such as unemployment, mobility problems, unaffordable or dysfunctional services, or ingredients of the city such as housing, infrastructure, parks, and more? Do you look at how such social issues or the organization ...

Keep Reading »

Call for Applicants -- The 2nd Palestinian/Arab Youth Summer School 2017: Political Education & Transnational Movement Building

The Palestinian Youth Movement (PYM) Calls on Palestinian/Arab Youth to apply to participate in: The 2nd Palestinian/Arab Youth Summer School 2017: Political Education and Transnational Movement Building The Summer School will be held from July 22th to July 30th, 2017 in Houston, Texas. The summer school will convene in PYM USA’s National General Assembly, which will be held the last day of the school, July 29th. This summer school will offer a deep and engaging ...

Keep Reading »

Job Opening: Visiting Assistant Professor in Middle East Studies (MES) at Brown University

Middle East Studies at Brown University invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor in Middle East Studies (MES). The position is open to all disciplines, with a preference for the social sciences such as Anthropology, History, Political Science, and Sociology. This is a two-year position. We especially welcome candidates who thrive in an interdisciplinary environment, who have experience teaching and supervising undergraduates, and whose work is informed by ...

Keep Reading »

Task Force on Population Movement Yemen Report (May 2017)

[International Organization for Migration. Image from https://www.iom.int/.]

[The following report summary was published by the International Organization for Migration on 14 May 2017. For the full report, click here.] The Task Force for Population Movement (TFPM), co-led by IOM and UNHCR is a Technical Working Group of the Yemen Protection Cluster. The TFPM implements an information management tool that gathers data on the status and location of displaced persons across Yemen. As of 01 April 2017, the TFPM has identified, 1,988,946 ...

Keep Reading »

Call for Submission: The 2017 Ghassan Kanafani Writing Scholarship (Deadline 23 August 2017)

[Ilustration of Ghassan Kanafani. By artist known as Watan]

"My political position springs from my being a novelist. Insofar as I am concerned, politics and the novel are an indivisible case and I can categorically state that I became politically committed because I am a novelist, not the opposite." - Ghassan Kanafani Background After Ghassan Kanafani graduated high school in Lebanon, he enrolled in the arts faculty at Damascus University. He then left to Kuwait to work as a school teacher, but he spent every summer ...

Keep Reading »

Call for Submissions: The Association for Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Studies (AGAPS) 2017 Book Award

2017 INAUGURAL AGAPS BOOK AWARD The Association for Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Studies (AGAPS) invites nominations for its inaugural 2017 Book Award. Nominations can be made either by the publisher or the author. The criteria for nominated books are as follows: Books must be non-fiction scholarly monographs based on original research published in English between May 1, 2015 and April 30, 2017. Subject matter must deal primarily with the ...

Keep Reading »

Call for Papers -- Freedom of Speech and Higher Education: The Case of the Academic Boycott of Israel

[Pile of papers. Taken by biblioteekje, uploaded via Flickr]

Trinity College Dublin 12 September 2017 Conference Announcement and Call for Papers Academic freedom includes the liberty of individuals to express freely opinions about the institution or system in which they work, to fulfil their functions without discrimination or fear of repression by the state or any other actor, to participate in professional or representative academic bodies, and to enjoy all the internationally recognized human rights applicable to other ...

Keep Reading »

Multi-Campus Event: Three UC Schools Observe the 50th Anniversary of the 1967 War (28 April)

June 2017 will mark fifty years of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem. The anniversary makes all too evident what activists and scholars have long noted: the Israeli military occupation is not temporary. It is a defining structure of the Israeli and Palestinian political landscape. Initiated by the centers for Middle East studies at UC Berkeley, UCLA, and UC Santa Barbara, separate panel discussions on all three campuses on Friday, ...

Keep Reading »

GCHR Report: Oman - Internal Security Service Continues Systematic Targeting of Human Rights Defenders and Internet Activists

[Gulf Center for Human Right. Image from gc4hr.org.]

[The following report was published by the Gulf Center for Human Rights on 24 April 2017.] Oman: Internal Security Service Continues Systematic Targeting of Human Rights Defenders and Internet Activists According to reports from Oman, the Internal Security Service (ISS) has arrested both human rights defender Ahmed Al-Bahri and Internet activist Khalid Al-Ramadani for their peaceful and legitimate activities in the field of human rights and their ...

Keep Reading »

Berkeley Event--6 Days, 50 Years: 1967 and the Politics of Time (28 April 2017)

[Photo by Rola Khayyat]

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Middle East war, the Centers for Middle Eastern Studies at UC Berkeley, UCLA and UC Santa arbara will host contemporaneous events to address this significant milestone. [There is a panel discussion at 10 am followed by a keynote at 3:30 to be delivered by Jadaliyya Co-Editor Noura Erakat.]

Keep Reading »

GCHR Report: Saudi Arabia - Human Rights Defender Mohammed Abdullah Al-Otaibi Calls On The International Community To Protect Him

[Gulf Center for Human Right. Image from gc4hr.org.]

[The following report was published by the Gulf Center for Human Rights on 23 April 2017.] Saudi human rights defender Mohammed Abdullah Al-Otaibi has called for international support after being forced to leave Saudi Arabia for Qatar. He said, "I call on the international community to protect me under the 1951 UN Convention and its 1967 Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees and to either resettle me in Qatar or to be resettled in a third country ...

Keep Reading »

Suppressing Dissent and Sustaining Impunity: Torture in Bahrain 2015-2016

[Bahrain Center for Human Rights logo. Image from bahrainrights.org]

[The following report summary was published by the Bahrain Center for Human Rights on 10 April 2017. For the full report, click here.] In light of Bahrain’s upcoming review by the UN Committee Against Torture (CAT), the Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) has produced a shadow report demonstrating Bahrain’s continued use of torture. BCHR has documented and reported allegations of torture in the past year, and strongly condemns the alleged use of torture by the Bahraini ...

Keep Reading »

Instruments of Pain: Conflict and Famine in Yemen

[International Crisis Group logo. Image from www.crisisgroup.org]

[The following report was originally published on 13 April 2017 by the International Crisis Group. The full report can be found here.] War in denying Yemenis food to eat. This special briefing, the first of four examining the famine threats there and in South Sudan, Nigeria and Somalia, urges the Saudi-led coalition not to assault Yemen's most important port, Hodeida, and both sides to immediately resolve deadlock over the Central Bank. I. Overview Yemenis are ...

Keep Reading »

Two Video Installations by Dictaphone Group (Houston, 18-23 April 2017)

This year's installment of Houston's CounterCurrent Festival will feature two video installations by the Lebanon-based Dictaphone Group, a research and performance collective that creates live art events based on multidisciplinary study of space. The two video installations on display in Houston tackle different aspects of displacement, refuge, and urban space, taking on the experience of individual Syrian and Palestinian refugees. Both installations are showing ...

Keep Reading »

GMU Event -- Looking Back, Looking Forward: Reflections on the United States and the Middle East (18 April 2017)

[GMU Event -- Looking Back, Looking Forward: Reflections on the United States and the Middle East. 18 April 2017, 5:30 pm, Merten Hall, 1201, George Mason University] Middle East and Islamic Studies Annual Lecture Cosponsored by Arab Studies Institute, Schar School For Policy and Government, Center for Global Islamic Studies, Global Interdisciplinary Programs, Middle East Policy Group, History Department, Global Affairs  18 April 2017, 5:30 ...

Keep Reading »

Berlin Event: Sinan Antoon on "Language, Writing and Memory in Contexts of Migration" (18 April 2017)

[Event Poster. Courtesy of Mayadin al-Tahrir]

Language, Writing and Memory in Contexts of Migration:  A Conversation/Book Signing with Sinan Antoon in Berlin (Hosted by Mayadin al-Tahrir) Tuesday, April 18, 7 pm. Haus der Demokratie und Menschenrechte, Greifswalder Str. 4, 10405 Berlin «Who am I?  This is a question that others ask,  but have no answer. I am my language I am an ode, two odes, ten.  This is my language» - Mahmoud Darwish In a global context of unprecedented movement and ...

Keep Reading »

GMU Event -- Trump's Strike on Syria: Context/Implications: GMU Town Hall Conversation (13 April 2017)

[GMU Event -- Trump's Strike on Syria: Context/Implications: GMU Town Hall Conversation. Thursday, April 13, 4:30pm. Research I Room 163, GMU] TOWN HALL CONVERSATION Thursday, April 13, Research I Room 163, GMU Trump’s Strike on Syria: Context and Implications [Trump, Putin, Asad, and the Others] SPEAKERS: Jack Goldstone Bassam Haddad Janine Wedel  Peter Mandaville Thursday, 13 April 2017, 4:30 pm Research I, Room 163 George Mason ...

Keep Reading »

Announcing the #IslamophobiaIsRacism Syllabus

In response to intensified anti-Muslim racism and inspired by the #FergusonSyllabus, the #StandingRockSyllabus, the #BlackIslamSyllabus and others, a group of interdisciplinary scholars has created the #IslamophobiaIsRacism syllabus to provide resources for teaching and learning about anti-Muslim racism in the United States. This syllabus deliberately reframes “Islamophobia” as “anti-Muslim racism” to more accurately reflect the intersection of race and ...

Keep Reading »

DC Event — Silenced No More: NFL Player Michael Bennet on Activism and Professional Sports (10 April 2017)

[DC Event — Silenced No More: NFL Player Michael Bennet on Activism and Professional Sports. In Conversation with Noura Erakat and David Zirin. Monday April 10, 2017. 7-9pm. Busboys and Poets (14th & V)]  

Keep Reading »
Personal Posts

The DC Palestinian Film and Arts Festival 2017: The Kennedy Center

SHOWCASE // I am From There, I am From Here I Am From There, I Am From Here: A Palestinian Showcase will kick off the seventh DCPFAF on the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage with storytelling, musical ensemble, and theater. The cultural production, a contemporary expression of the colorful Palestinian diaspora, celebrates Palestine as a vision for the future as much as an object of commemoration. Featuring: Nadia Abuelezam of Palestinians Podcast ⋅ ...

Keep Reading »

Bio

Jadaliyya Reports

 

These are articles, reports, stories, statements or emails sent to Jadaliyya for the purpose of dissemination. Sometimes, they include images and videos of on-the-ground situations. They do not necessarily reflect the point of view of Jadaliyya editors.