Israeli Politics and Government
Religion in the Holy Land: The Role of Faith in Peace and Conflict
Dr. Csaba Nikolenyi
Mr. Ophir Yarden
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Academic hours: 90
Academic credits: 6
July 16-August 14, 2018
Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students
April 16, 2018
Relevant Academic Fields:
Politics, government, religious studies, sociology, international relations, conflict resolution
- Learn about ancient and modern Jewish history in Jerusalem.
- Broaden your perspective on global politics and the creation of national narratives.
- Gain insight into the contradictory role of religion as both an obstacle to peace and a resource for peacemaking.
- Apply this knowledge to real-world events such as the continuing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, ISIS, the Syrian civil war, and the refugee crisis.
- Explore key sites during extensive tours throughout Jerusalem and Israel.
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