|BGU Ahmad Sa'di in Georgetown U Qatar, Feb 21: Israel's methods of political control & surveillance on Palestinian citizens|
Ahmad Sa'di, BGU
The Center for International and Regional Studies
Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar
||Monthly Dialogue: Ahmad Sa'di
||Tuesday, February 21, 2012 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
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Dr. Ahmad Sa'di speaks about “Population Management and Political Control: Israel's Policies Towards the Palestinians in the First Two Decades, 1948-1968”
Ahmad Sa'di joined the Ben-Gurion University of Negev's Department of Politics and Government in 1999. He received a Ph.D. degeee in sociology from the University of Manchester in 1991 , followed by two years of service for a Palestinian NGO. Professor Sa'di has published over 38 articles, in English, Arabic, Hebrew, German and Japanese, and most recently co edited a book of Palestinian memoirs entitled Nakba: Palestine, 1948 and the Claims of Memory. His areas of interest include political sociology, the sociology of developing nations, social movements and political mobilization, and the discourse and methods of political control and surveillance used by Israel to control Palestinian citizens.
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