Gaza: an education the Palestinian people contribute to the world
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Who this event is for
JHB Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane site
In this Inaugural Gaza Lecture, Professor Karma Nabulsi, Assiociate Professor in Politics and International Relations from University of Oxford, will explore the politics, history and current predicaments faced by Palestinians in Gaza - particularly in the field of education.
In doing so, the lecture will illustrate the many extraordinary capacities and qualities of the Palestinian people that have come to the fore despite the extreme situation they are living in and how they have become an exemplar of democratic and universal values.
Gaza is commonly seen as a place of humanitarian catastrophe requiring emergency assistance, but Karma will instead show what the Palestinians of Gaza give to us.
About the Speaker
Professor Karma Nabulsi - Associate Professor in Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford
Professor Karma Nabulsi's research covers 18th century political thought, 19th century republicanism and their revolutions, the laws of war and the politics of Palestinian refugees, representation and democracy. She is a Fellow in Politics at St Edmund Hall.