Mark Rosenblum

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Mark Rosenblum


Mark Rosenblum is an historian at Queens College of the City University of New York where he is director of the Jewish Studies Program as well as the Michael Harrington Center for Democratic Values and Social Change. An expert on the Middle East, he has combined academic research and policy analysis with direct involvement in Middle East conflict resolution since the 1980s. His expertise in conflict resolution has also been applied to American urban, ethnic and religious conflicts. In 1994 he founded the Trialogue Project of Jewish, Arab, and African Americans aimed at counteracting violence in New York.[1]

Michael Harrington Center

In 2009, Mark Rosenblum was the Director of the Michael Harrington Center.[2]

Americans for Peace Now

As of 2009, Mark Rosenblum was a staff-member for Americans for Peace Now.[3]

Publications

  • The Jewish Condition: Challenges and Responses 1938-2008, published in May 2008 by Transaction. (co-editor)

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