Tulane students in the Stacy Mandel Palagye and Keith Palagye Program for Middle East Peace spent five weeks this past summer studying the dynamics of the Arab-Israeli conflict through classroom study and hands-on experience in Jerusalem. They pursued individual research interests probing into specific aspects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, e.g., women’s roles in peacebuilding organizations, health policies in East Jerusalem, technology as a means to oppress or to unite, and many more.
In this exhibit the students present their projects , giving a multi-faceted view of the current state of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and how people on the ground in Jerusalem live with it.
Duration: Fall Semester 2022
Curated By: Professors and Students of the Stacy Mandel Palagye and Keith Palagye Program for Middle East Peace
Acknowledgements: Special Thanks to Stacy Mandel-Palagye and Keith Palagye for their generous sponsorship; Amal-Tikva; the Truman Institute at Hebrew University; and Sean Knowlton at the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library