The Madrid Peace Conference Legacy Thirty Years Later
Wednesday, October 13
RSVP for October 13
AU’s School of International Service (SIS) and the Center for Israel Studies (CIS) are pleased to host a special event commemorating the Madrid Peace Conference, featuring three expert panelists with decades of experience in Arab-Israeli and Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking:
- Dr. Hanan Ashrawi, former spokesperson of the Palestinian delegation to the Middle East peace process
- Dr. Yossi Beilin, former Israeli minister of justice and founder of the Geneva Initiative
- Dr. Daniel Kurtzer, former US ambassador to Israel and Egypt
For links to videos of our 2020-21 Antisemitism Series visit the Antisemitism series website.
To watch our recent events, see the CIS Video Playlist.
AU's Center for Israel Studies (CIS) is a nationally known pioneer and leader in the growing academic field of Israel Studies. Our approach is multi-disciplinary, going beyond the Arab-Israeli conflict to study modern Israel's history, vibrant society, culture, multiethnic democracy, and complex geopolitical challenges. The center sponsors frequent public programs, including conferences, discussions, lecture series, performances and exhibits, in addition to the Minor in Israel Studies.
We invite you to be a part of the growth of our center by attending our programs and offering your support. Your commitment and generosity will ensure that CIS will continue to serve as a model throughout the nation in this growing field.
American University’s Michael Brenner has received the very first Salo W. and Jeannette M. Baron Award for Scholarly Excellence in Research on the Jewish Experience, established this year by the University of Vienna and the Knapp Family Foundation