The Gaza Strip: History, Future and New Directions for Research
THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED
Date: 31 October 2015Time: 9:00 AM
Finishes: 31 October 2015Time: 6:00 PM
Venue: Brunei Gallery Room: Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre
Type of Event: Conference
It has been almost eight years since Israel’s military blockade of the Gaza Strip began in mid-2007. During this time, repeated aerial and ground invasions have killed thousands of Palestinians – including over 2100 people in the latest onslaught of July/August 2014. These assaults, and the ongoing closure of the Strip, have generated a humanitarian disaster on a scale unprecedented since Israel’s occupation began in 1967. Nonetheless, despite these enormous difficulties, Gaza remains an inseparable and integral part of future trajectories in Palestine.
In this context, the SOAS Centre for Palestine Studies will be holding a one-day conference on Saturday 31st October, which aims to address various aspects of academic research related to the Gaza Strip. For the full programme see the PDF attached on the right.
The conference will be followed by a free public evening event on Gaza: Strangulation and Resilience.
Special Student rate of £25. For full price admission book by Friday 16 October for the early-bird rate of £30 (from 17 October prices will increase to £40). To register please visit the SOAS Online Store.
Organiser: Centre for Palestine Studies