Conflicts in the Middle East
Navigating the Narratives
About the Program
Conflicts in the Middle East: Navigating the Narratives is designed to provide students and other participants with an understanding of how to fact-find regarding the current state of the Middle East.
Through a panel discussion and interactive workshop, participants will learn about and share useful tools and methodologies for finding accurate and legitimate resources from which to draw when forming their own understanding and opinions of regional conflicts.
Please join us on Monday, November 17, 2014 at 5 p.m. in Newkirk Alumni Center AB for an educational dialogue and exchange.
Daniel Wehrennig, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Olive Tree Initiative
Daniel Brunstetter, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Political Science
School of Social Sciences
Brian Williams, J.D., M.S.L.S.
Research Librarian for Criminology, Law, and Society, Psychology and Social Behavior, and U.S. and California Government Information
New University Opinion Editor, Olivie Tree Initiative Middle East Co-President
Degree anticipated 2016
During the November 17, 2014 Conflicts in the Middle East discussion, participants were asked to identify resources they use to learn about such conflicts. The following list of resources is the result, and the New Narratives Series provides the list as a tool to aid making informed decisions regarding Conflicts in the Middle East.
This list is a direct reflection of the information gathered from participants on November 17, 2014, but it is not intended to be all-inclusive nor is it to be considered an endorsement of any of the resources. You are encouraged to use as many sources as possible when positioning yourself.
If you would like to provide additional resources, please do so by sending recommendations to firstname.lastname@example.org. It is our hope that these resources support your fact-finding process.