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Israel

Competing Narratives: Understanding the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict

Term To Study: Winter-Break 2013
Application Deadline: Oct 26, 2012
Program Starts: Jan 03, 2013
Program Ends: Jan 30, 2014
Major 1: Peace Studies, Social Justice, Conflict Resolution
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Program Category: Multi-Country
Program Fee: $2,700
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Israel Jerusalem
West Bank Without locations
Contact Phone: 336-316-2445
Contact Name: Max Carter
Contact Email: mcarter@guilford.edu
What is Included: Housing, food, on-site transportation
What is not Included: Airfare, personal expenses
Program Description

Using the template of 14 previous study programs in Israel and Palestine, this program introduces students to the political, religious, social, cultural, and economic parameters of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict through the lenses of direct experience and persons directly involved on both sides of the conflict. Students will meet with Israelis and Palestinians, especially those actively involved in work toward a just peace, and come to understand the complexity of a conflict in which there are at least two narratives that are both true – but don’t meet. Faculty leader: Max Carter

Location: Ramallah, Ibillin, Jerusalem – Israel/Palestine.

Course: 50008, GST 250 003 - 4 credits. Credit/No credit.

Application: stage 1 at Study Abroad website; stage 2 is a required interview with instructor. $250 deposit.



Quick Facts

Population: 7590758
Capital: Jerusalem
Per-capita GDP: $ 31400
Size: 20770 km2
Time Zone: (GMT + 02:00 hours) Kaliningrad

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