Assistant Professor, Department of Global International and Area Studies
AUTHOR

Joyce Dalsheim

Racism and Anti-Semitism

Racism and Anti-Semitism Are Not Intrusions of a Dark Past Into Our Present

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Luce/ACLS Fellowship

I am very please to have been awarded a Luce/ACLS Fellowship in Religion, Journalism and International Affairs. I will be in residence at Northwestern University for the 2018-2019 academic year. I look forward to working with many wonderful colleagues there, including Elizabeth Shakman Hurd and Brannon Igram.

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Reading is Research

Remarks delivered in accepting the Atkins Library Faculty Engagement Award, September 17, 2015

Thank you very much. Thank you to the Dean of the Library, Anne Cooper-Moore, thank you Interim Dean Jay Raja, and, of course, Librarian Stephanie Otis. And, thank you everyone for coming out to celebrate today.

I am very excited about this award because it formally acknowledges the value of education for critical consciousness. Often when we give awards we recognize a major corporation...

The next Gaza war: is dismantling Jewish settlements more dangerous for Palestinians than Israelis?

See my recent opinion piece in openGlobalRights.

Read this piece in Arabic.

Read this piece in Hebrew.

 

 

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Another Gaza War

Another Gaza War: What if the Settlers Were Right?

Joyce Dalsheim

Before they were evicted from their homes and forcibly removed from their communities by the Israeli government in 2005, Jewish settlers in the Gaza Strip warned that their removal would only make things worse. They warned that the front line of violence between Israelis and Palestinians would move closer to those Israelis who lived inside the Green Line. They claimed their presence provided a buffer. They said...

Luce/ACLS Fellowship

I am very please to have been awarded a Luce/ACLS Fellowship in Religion, Journalism and International Affairs. I will be in residence at Northwestern University for the 2018-2019 academic year. I look forward to working with many wonderful colleagues there, including Elizabeth Shakman Hurd and Brannon Igram.

See the announcement on CLAS Exchange.

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Reading is Research

Remarks delivered in accepting the Atkins Library Faculty Engagement Award, September 17, 2015

Thank you very much. Thank you to the Dean of the Library, Anne Cooper-Moore, thank you Interim Dean Jay Raja, and, of course, Librarian, Stephanie Otis. And, thank you everyone for coming out to celebrate today.

I am very excited about this award because it formally acknowledges the value of education for critical consciousness. Often when we give awards we recognize a major corporation...

The next Gaza war: is dismantling Jewish settlements more dangerous for Palestinians than Israelis?

See my recent opinion piece in openGlobalRights.

Read this piece in Arabic.

Read this piece in Hebrew.

 

 

...

Another Gaza War

Another Gaza War: What if the Settlers Were Right?

Joyce Dalsheim

Before they were evicted from their homes and forcibly removed from their communities by the Israeli government in 2005, Jewish settlers in the Gaza Strip warned that their removal would only make things worse. They warned that the front line of violence between Israelis and Palestinians would move closer to those Israelis who lived inside the Green Line. They claimed their presence provided a buffer. They said...

Israel/Palestine Now

I recently returned from Israel/Palestine where violence, fear, and hatred have reached unprecedented levels. When violence makes the international headlines everyday countless commentators and pundits weigh in with their analyses. Everyone is busily pointing fingers and laying blame, but understanding the roots of this violence requires taking a deep breath and a step back to uncover the deeper foundations that make this situation possible. My new book, Producing...

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