Subject: Invitation: Intercultural Academic Program in Israel: "Coexistence in the Middle East" - Summer & Winter 2017


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Experience the challenge of human diversity where nations, civilizations, and religions converge through our intercultural academic field summer program in Israel, Coexistence in the Middle East (CME), from July 3-27, 2017 and from August 3-17, 2017.
A two-week winter session will also be offered in Winter '17-18 (dates TBA) for students, faculty members, diplomats, policy makers, and other professionals. Custom dates may be arranged.
CME is organized in collaboration with the Israel National Commission for UNESCO, Israel Beyond the Headlines, and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ranked among the world's top 100 universities.
Go beyond the headlines: explore the 'facts on the ground' from different perspectives while earning academic credits through the following CME summer courses at Hebrew University's Rothberg International School:
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Gain insight into the status quo of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, its complexity, and its possible evolutions and solutions through exposure to a wide range of narratives, realities, and initiatives. Visit key sites and meet with Israeli and Palestinian government officials, leaders, experts, and activists.
July 3-27, 2017 | Learn More | View Syllabus
Photo: Encounter with Israeli-Palestinian Bereaved Families for Reconciliation | View Itinerary
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Explore the religious, political, and cultural forces shaping the post-Arab Spring Middle East. Gain an in-depth understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing different societies and governments in the region through a series of field trips and discussions with regional players and experts.
July 3-27, 2017 | Learn More | View Syllabus
Photo: Talk by the Deputy Spokesperson at Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs | View Itinerary
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Explore the crucial and sometimes contradictory roles that religion might play as an obstacle to peace or resource for peacebuilding within and outside the Holy Land. Engage religious leaders and interfaith activists, visit holy sites, and examine different interpretations and theological perspectives.
August 3-17, 2017 | Learn More | View Syllabus
Photo: Visit to the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem | View Itinerary
To apply, receive updates, or get information about local contacts and scholarship opportunities, sign up on our website at no cost and with no obligation to participate:
Join us as undergraduate and graduate students, diplomats, policy makers, and other professionals from across 6 continents have already done. Learn more about their experiences and this opportunity through our website, dates and costs section, video, itinerary, photo gallery, testimonials page, alumni interviews, and Facebook Page.
Want to participate? Don't wait, Apply Now! CME is one of Hebrew University's most popular study abroad summer programs and space is limited.
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Looking forward to welcoming you in Jerusalem!
The Coexistence Trip Staff

Coexistence in the Middle East
Academic Field Program in Israel
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