Marking the 25th anniversary of the Oslo Accords, this event series brings together scholars and activists to discuss the cultural, social and political ramifications of “Oslo” as event, structure and effect. Rather than revisiting the “failure” of the Accords, we will focus on how they continue to shape the reality of those living in Israel-Palestine.

All lectures will be held at SOAS, University of London.

30/1 – Seth Anziska (UCL) with Ahmad Khalidi (Oxford)
Preventing Palestine
19:00, Senate House Alumni Theatre

20/2 – Eyal Chowers (Tel Aviv University)
Raw Sovereignty: how military rule and occupation re-shaped Israeli democracy
17:00, Main Building 4426

05/03 – Sana Knaneh
Two Sided Story – special film screening and discussion with Bassam Aramin, Robi Damelin and other members of the Forum of Palestinians and Israeli Bereaved Families for Peace.
19:00, DLT Lecture Theatre

13/3 – Hagar Kotef (SOAS)
Eggs and dispossession: organic agriculture and the new settlement movement?
17:00, Main Building 4426

20/3 – Oren Yiftachel (Ben Gurion University)
Between Apartheid and Peace: Confederation for Israel/Palestine?
17:00, Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre

The lecture series is brought to you by the SOAS Centre for Jewish Studies. All are welcome.

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