March 2013 marks the tenth anniversary of the start of the Iraq War. This discussion will focus on some of the consequences of the war from the perspective of Iraqis and the Middle East generally.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
UCSD, Robinson Auditorium, IR/PS Complex
Mike Davis (UC Riverside)
“Urbanism in Baghdad and the Iraqi Refugees in San Diego”
Wael Al-Delaimy (UCSD School of Medicine)
“Public Health and Human Rights in Iraq since 2003”
Ibraham al-Marashi (CSU San Marcos)
“Selling the War, and Its Consequences”
Hasan Kayali (UCSD)
“Campus Activism and the Invasion of Iraq”
Michael Provence (UCSD)
Sponsored by the IICAS Middle East Studies Speaker Series, and co-sponsored by the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies (IR/PS).
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The Institute for International, Comparative and Area Studies (IICAS) sponsors the IICAS Middle East Studies Speaker Series at UC San Diego. IICAS supports collaborative international research and area studies, and encourages interdisciplinary research, discussion and information exchange on international, comparative, and cross regional topics through its multiple lecture series.
- Was Invading Iraq Worth It? (thedailybeast.com)
- Iraq War ‘can’t be justified’, admits Lord Prescott (telegraph.co.uk)
- ICTJ Report: Iraq’s De-Baathification Still Haunts the Country, Holds Lessons for Others (prweb.com)