Monthly Archives: August 2013

Zehavi talk on Labor Market and Israeli Arabs (Sept 3)

Prof. Amos Zehavi (Tel Aviv University) will speak on Tuesday, September 3, 2013, at 12:15 pm in Oak 438. His talk is entitled, “The Rocky Road from Ethnic Exclusion to Inclusion in the Labor Market: The Case of Israeli Arabs.” … Continue reading

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García Trejo joins AU’s Center for Latin America & Latino Studies

Yazmín A. García Trejo, a POLS Ph.D. candidate, has been accepted as a Research Fellow in residence at American University’s Center for Latin America and Latino Studies (CLALS). The Research Fellows program selects doctoral candidates and visiting scholars planning to … Continue reading

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Hayes Joins POLS Faculty

Prof. Thomas Hayes joins the POLS faculty this fall. We recently spoke with him to hear more about his research and interests. What is the nature of your research? My research mainly examines the nature of inequality in three aspects … Continue reading

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Pressman commenting on Mideast

With the start of Israeli-Palestinian talks, Prof. Jeremy Pressman blogged at the Daily Beast’s Open Zion about the Israeli demand that Palestinians recognize Israel as the Jewish State. On another matter, Pressman commented on events in Egypt in the Boston … Continue reading

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