Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign
التضامن الإيرلندي الفلسطيني
[Dublin] Lecture: ‘Israel, Occupation, Boycott’ with Dr. Bashir Abu-Manneh (TCD ISE & AFP)
Academics for Palestine and the Irish School of Ecumenics invite you to attend the following event:
Lecture: ‘Israel, Occupation, Boycott’
Speaker: Dr. Bashir Abu-Manneh (University of Kent)
Date: 16 April
Location: G16 lecture-room, Irish School of Ecumenics/Loyola Institute Building, Trinity College Dublin (East end of TCD, facing the rugby pitch).
Dr. Bashir Abu-Manneh took his BA at Haifa University and his D.Phil. at Oxford. He is Lecturer in Postcolonial Literature at the University of Kent at Canterbury. He is author of the Fiction of the New Statesman, 1913 -1939 (2011) and numerous articles on Israel-Palestine. His new book, The Palestinian Novel: From 1948 to the Present, is forthcoming from Cambridge University Press. Dr Abu-Manneh is a prominent contributor to public debate on the question of Palestine, and writes regularly for Znet, Israeli Occupation Archive, and Jacobin.
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