|Title||Hope and Conflict in Egypt, Syria, and Iran|
|Contact E-mail||mwagoner, at sandiego.edu|
|Contact Phone||(619) 260-4659|
Panel of local experts provides a window into a critical region of the world
University of San Diego
Ongoing movements of popular protest in the Arab and Muslim world have resulted in alternating cycles of euphoric hope and horrific conflicts. The panel discussion will analyze the regional and global implications of the civil war in Syria, the military coup in Egypt and the recent change of government in Iran. The three scholars speaking on the panel will offer the San Diego community a rigorous, yet accessible analysis that will enhance our understanding of those countries and the critically important Arab and Muslim world.
The panel discussion is jointly sponsored by the Center for Community Service-Learning, the Social Issues Committee, the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies and Karama: The Arab and Islamic World Information Project.
If you would like to contact the speakers for an interview please contact Professor John Halaka, Department of Art, Architecture and Art History, University of San Diego at: office (619) 260-4107; cell (858) 232-5273; firstname.lastname@example.org.