Emory University professor Dr. Kenneth W. Stein, former Middle East adviser to President Jimmy Carter, speaks on the current situation between Israel and the Arab Palestinians in a lecture, “American Foreign Policy and Arab-Israeli Negotiations: Peace-Seeking, Peace-Making, Peace-Keeping.”
Sponsored by: Local community members, the MU Center on Religion & the Professions, Truman School of Public Affairs, Peace Studies Program and Jewish Student Organization.
April 30, 2009 – 7 p.m.
Neff Auditorium, Neff Hall
University of Missouri
About Dr. Stein:
- William E. Schatten Professor of Contemporary Middle Eastern History and Israeli Studies at Emory University
- Director, Institute for the Study of Modern Israel at Emory University
- President of the Center for Israel Education at Emory University
- Former Middle East Fellow of the Carter Center (1983-2006)
- Instrumental in President Jimmy Carter’s post-presidential engagements in Middle Eastern policy matters
For more information about Dr. Stein, see www.ismi.emory.edu or contact Yossi Feintuch, rabbi of Congregation Beth Shalom in Columbia at (573) 499-4855 or email@example.com. Professor Stein was Feintuch’s doctoral adviser in U.S. Middle Eastern policy at Emory and guided him toward publishing his dissertation, “U.S. Policy on Jerusalem,” a copy of which is available at the University of Missouri Ellis Library. Feintuch is a lecturer in the Department of Religious Studies at University of Missouri.
UPDATE: Read article in the Columbia Missourian, May 1, 2009