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Convicted Spy and Traitor Udi Adiv and others in a Conference - 'Dialogue under occupation'

http://homepages.neiu.edu/~duo/schedule.htm

November 14-16, 2007 in East Jerusalem
 

International Association for Dialogue Analysis
 University of Malta
 
Israeli participants:

Udi ADIV, Chaim NOY, Dafna YITZHAKI, Elana SHOHAMY, Rahel WARSHAW-DADON, Nurit PELED-ELHANAN, Aura MOR-SOMMERFELD, Tamar HAGER,  Maya KAHANOFF, Michal ZAK,

In a  conference - 'Dialogue under occupation' sponsored by Northeastern Illinois University     

 

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14
 
Plenary
9:00 Diana BUTTU

Title: TBA
 
10:00 Coffee
 
Concurrent Session 1
 Concurrent Session 2
 
10:30 Udi ADIV

 

'67 War: The End of the "Jewish Defensive Ethos"

 
 10:30 Sandy MARSHALL

 

Covering Lebanon, Covering Palestine: Analysis of US Media Coverage of the Summer 2006 Crisis

 
 
11:00 Michaela BIRK

 

The Power of Words: How does the Political Discourse in Israel and Palestine Change and which Impact does it Have on the Realities of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?

 
 11:00 Agust VELLOSO

 

Occupation, Language and Liberation
 
11:30 Aide ESU

 

The Ultimate Mission to Israel: An Ethnographic Observation of Public Discourse in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

 
 11:30 Chaim NOY

 

Situating Nationalist Discourse: Indexical Aspects of Zionist Colonial Arguments

 
 
12:00 Rabah HALABI

 

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 12:00 Farida VIS

 

How do National and International Sources Shape News of the
Palestine/Israel Conflict in the Western Print Media?
 
12:30 Lunch
 
Concurrent Session 1
  Concurrent Session 2
 
14:00 Dafna YITZHAKI

 

The Discourse of Arabic Language Policies in Israel: Institutional Discrimination or a Natural Sociolinguistic Process?

 
 14:00 Simon FAULKNER

 

Writing the Occupation in Photographs
 
14:30 Lawrence N. BERLIN

 

Title: TBA

 
 14:30 Khalil RINNAWI

 

De-Legitimization Media Model: Israeli Press Coverage of Palestinians

 
 
Plenary
15:00 Elana SHOHAMY

Language Occupation in Israel: Competing Ideologies and Ways of Dialoging
 
16:00 Tea
 
Film
 
16:30 Jamal DAJANI & David MICHAELIS

Occupied Minds
 

 

THURSDAY, NOV. 15
Plenary
9:00 Suzie Wong Scollon

 

Calibrating Divergent Discourses in Convergent Geographies
 
10:00 Coffee
 
Concurrent Session 1 -- Panel
 Concurrent Session 2
 
10:30

1. Ilham NASSER & Shelley WONG

 

Perspectives of US Educators and Community Leaders regarding Arab and Muslim Representations in US Children's Films and Programs

 

2. Mona ASSAF

 

Culturally Responsive Practice among Virginia Teachers

 

3. Nader AYISH

 

Identity Formation and Academic Achievement of Arab American Muslim Students in the United States

 
 10:30 Stephanie Jo KENT

 

Engaging Dialogue Under Occupation: Transforming Discourse into Dialogue

 
 
11:00 Marie MAINIL & Wesley DAYS

 

Understanding Comes through: Truth then Method

 
 
11:30 Sarah HOAGLAND

 

Hybridity, Resistant Negotiation and Complex Communication

 
 
12:00 Elena IOANNIDOU

 

Imagining the "Other": Greek Cypriot Students' Sense of Identity
 
12:30 Lunch
 
Concurrent Session 1
  Concurrent Session 2
 
14:00 Sophia MIHIC

 

The Prehistory of the Site of Interrogation: A Requiem for the Freedom of Conscience

 
 14:00 Pierre ORELUS

 

Exploring the (Im)possibility of Teaching under Occupation

 
 
14:30 Guy SHROYER

 

US Occupation of Iraq as a Sacred Obligation: The Discursive Warrant of Military Sacrifice

 
 14:30 Razvan SIBII

 

The Romanian Carnival: A Discourse of Resistance without the Evil Other

 
 
15:00 Vera LEONE

 

White Response to Occupation within the United States: Privilege, Fear and Resistance

 
 15:00 Marie J. MYERS

 

Sorting Out Differences
 
15:30 Tea
 
Concurrent Session 1 -- Panel
  Concurrent Session 2
 
16:00 Learners' Lives as Curriculum: Using Learner Narratives to Teach English and Foster Dialogue

 

1. Gail WEINSTEIN

 

2. Amy HAMAR

 

3. Inas DEEB

 

 

 

 
 16:00 Sunny, Man Chu LAU

 

"Their beautiful long legs are our selling point!": The "Synopticon" of the Star-making Promotion Campaign of English Private Tuition Schools in Hong Kong

 
 
16:30 Rahel WARSHAW-DADON

 

From a Language of Hate to a Language of Peace: How Reiki Can Help

 
 
 
 
Conference Dinner (RSVP)
 
19:00 Location to be arranged
 

 

FRIDAY, NOV. 16
 
Plenary
9:00 Gail E. WEINSTEIN

 

The Healing Power of Stories

 
 
10:00 Coffee
 
Plenary
10:30 Sari NUSSEIBEH

 

Title: TBA

 
 
Concurrent Session 1
 Concurrent Session 2
 
11:30 Marcy Jane KNOPF-NEWMAN

 

On Incitement

 
 11:30 Khader ABU ALIA

 

The Art of Dialogue

 
 
12:00 Julia SCHLAM-SALMAN

 

Emancipatory Discourse? An Ethnographic Case Study of English Language Teaching in an Arabic-Hebrew Bilingual School

 
 12:00 Bezen BALAMIR COSKUM

 

(De)securitisations: Problems & Prospects for Israeli Palestinian
Reconciliation

 
 
12:30 Lunch
 
Concurrent Session 1 --  Panel
  Concurrent Session 2
 
14:00 Between Exclusion and Inclusion: Discursive Challenges to Israeli Education

 

1. Nurit PELED-ELHANAN

 

The Semiotics of Exclusion: (Non)Presentation of Palestinians in Israeli Schoolbooks of History and Geography Published after the Oslo Agreements (1996-2003)

 

2. Aura MOR-SOMMERFELD

 

Bilingual Education as Critical Approach in Israel: Challenging the Reality

 

3. Tamar HAGER

 

Between Discourse and Action: Jewish and Arab Feminist Moderators Working for Peace in the Academia

 

4. Maya KAHANOFF

 

Between Vulnerability and Aggression: Identity Struggles of Participants in Jewish-Palestinian Dialogue

 

 
 14:00 Melodye FELDMAN & Erin BREEZE

 

Methodology, Evaluation and Lessons Learned in the Building Bridges for Peace Program: Analysis of Seeking Common Ground's Intergroup Intervention for Teen Women from Israel and Palestine
 
14:30 Dima MOHAMMED

 

Manoeuvring Strategically in the Mecca Accord: A Pragma-Dialectical Analysis

 
 
15:00 Michal ZAK

 

The Role of Language in Dialogue Groups between Palestinians and Jews
 
15:30 Shelly SHENHAV & Ilana PAUL

 

From Loss to Reconciliation: Israeli Palestinian Bereaved Families for Peace
 
16:00 Tea
 
Roundtable
 
16:30 Marcelo DASCAL

 

Peace Activists' Experiences in Occupied/Occupier Contexts

 

 

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