Tuesday, April 18th
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
PART 1: EMBATTLED JERUSALEM
Gendered Violence in the City—Murabitat al-Haram
Sarah Ihmoud, social/activist anthropologist from the University of Texas, Austin who has done extensive fieldwork in Occupied East Jerusalem for her Ph.D. dissertation, Intimate Invasions: Gender, Violence and the Politics of Belonging at the Jerusalem Border.
The Moroccan Quarter—History of an Erasure
Vincent Lemire, lecturer in contemporary history at the University of Paris-Est / Marne-la-Vallée whose books include La Soif de Jérusalem. Essai d’Hydrohistoire, 1840-1948 (2010); Jérusalem 1900. La ville sainte à l’âge des possibles (published in English by the University of Chicago Press 2017) and Jérusalem: Histoire d’une ville-monde (Flammarion 2016).
PART II: OPEN JERUSALEM
Presentation and discussion of archival sources for the study of Jerusalem by Vincent Lemire, director of the ERC Open-Jerusalem Project (2014-2019).
"Jerusalem Embattled" is part of a series of research seminars and public events linked to "The Jerusalem Project” at the Center for Palestine Studies at Columbia University.