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Date and Location

September 9, 2019
4:15 PM - 5:30 PM
124 Mt. Auburn - Suite 200n Foyer



HKS students are invited to an information session with the Religion, Conflict, and Peace Initative, a joint program of Harvard Divinity School and Harvard Kennedy School to engage the roles religions play in contemporary Middle East culture, public policy, and international affairs. Meet faculty and staff as well as learn about J-term courses, research travel opportunties, and summer internship offerings supported by the initiative. Refreshments will be served. J-Term 2020 Learning in Context Narratives of Displacement and Belonging is a field study course in Israel and the West Bank, offered by the Religion, Conflict, and Peace Initiative (RCPI) which is a joint venture of the Harvard Divinity School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. It is open to all Harvard graduate students and will take place from Jan. 3-17, 2020.