Melani Cammett (Harvard) will speak on Tuesday Sept. 26, at 4:30 pm in Haldeman 041.
Cammett is the author of the award-winning Compassionate Communalism: Welfare and Sectarianism in Lebanon (2014), and numerous other titles. Her research explores identity politics, development, migration, and authoritarianism in the Middle East and other contexts. She is currently researching how people live together after violence, focusing on Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lebanon, and Northern Ireland.
Co-sponsored by the Middle Eastern Studies Program, the Department of Government, the Political Economy Project, and the Dickey Center.
This event will be livestreamed; register at dartgo.org/dickey_cammett.
Made possible by the E.M. Skowrup 1937 Fund.