Hans Speier Lecture: Yoav Peled

6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Yoav Peled
The New School for Social Research invites you to this year's Hans Speier Lecture. This year's Hans Speier Professor, Yoav Peled, presents his paper, "War Crimes, Proportionality and the 'Enlightened Public' In Israel." The presentation is moderated by NSSR sociology professor Andrew Arato.

Yoav Peled is professor of Political Science at Tel Aviv University. He received his PhD in political science from UCLA in 1982 and LLB (Bachelor of Laws) from Tel Aviv University in 2009. His work has dealt with citizenship and ethnic politics in Israel and with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He co-authored the book Being Israeli: the Dynamics of Multiple Citizenship, which won the Albert Hourani Prize of the Middle East Studies Association of North America for best book in Middle East studies in 2002. Peled has edited or co-edited five collections of essays; his latest collection is Democratic Citizenship and War. Peled’s articles have appeared in The American Political Science Review, American Journal of Sociology, Constellations, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Citizenship Studies, and other major journals. He is co-editor in chief of The Public Sphere: Tel Aviv Journal of Political Science (in Hebrew).
Location:

Wolff Conference Room, 6 E 16th Street, Room 1103

Admission:
Free; no tickets or reservations required; seating is first-come first-served



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