Religion in the Holy Land
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Academic hours: 45
August 1-14, 2018
Undergraduate and graduate students; mature learners with an academic background
June 1, 2018
Tuition: US$ 1,675
Housing prices vary:
Relevant Academic Fields:
Religious studies, sociology, international relations, conflict resolution
- Gain insight into the contradictory role of religion as both an obstacle to peace and a resource for peacemaking.
- Examine how religion is a force for both war and peace in the continuing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, ISIS, the Syrian civil war, and the refugee crisis.
- Investigate religion and conflict as regional and global issues.
- Explore options and approaches for religious peacebuilding.
- Travel to key places and speak with regional players.
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We’re pleased you’re applying to join us in Jerusalem. You can choose to take this course in conjunction with either one or both of the other courses in the Coexistence in the Middle East program:
- Narratives & Realities: Inside the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
- Israel & the Post-Arab Spring: An Interactive View of the New Middle East
Taken together, these courses offer a more complete and valuable experience. To apply to the program, please select any or all of the courses from the list of “Summer Courses” in the online application. See our application guidelines.
We’re happy to answer any questions you might have – or to chat for a bit to help you choose the right course or program.
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