This award contributes funding towards a symposium on Understanding the New Middle East, organized by the Center for Near Eastern Studies and faculty from the Departments of History, Sociology and Anthropology. This conference will bring together academics, commentators, and other experts to explore the roots and nature of the current crises in the Middle East and to plot the region’s future trajectory.
School of Law
This award funds a proposal for a symposia series to collaboratively engage students and faculty from the schools of law, medicine, and nursing, clinicians in the hospital, and other interested faculty, students, and community members in a series of three symposia on critical issues of bioethics. Topics to include medical care decisions at the end of life, informed consent, and health care rationing.
Author Oona Hathaway discusses her new book on the Peace Pact of 1928.
ABOUT THE BOOK
A bold and provocative history of the men who fought to outlaw war and how an often overlooked treaty signed in 1928 was among the most transformative events in modern history.
A talk with Nicholas Koumjian, former International Co-Prosecutor at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal
ABOUT THE TALK
A panel discussion and reception featuring Professors Gardbaum and Langer of UCLA Law, feauturing authors Asli Bâli (UCLA) and Hanna Lerner (Tel Aviv University)