The Oakland Post

Dean Vaglia, Staff Reporter
October 21, 2018

Don Matthews, Ph.D., an associate professor of history, explored the consequences of moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem on Tuesday, Oct. 16. In the second History Comes Alive lecture of the season titled “America’s Jerusalem: Conflict, Peacemaking, and National Identity,” Matthews focused on the border politics of Jerusalem and how the new United States Embassy affects those politics. Matthews is an expert on the modern Middle East, publishing a book on the region in 2006...

Sheikh Lecture for Islamic Understanding

Kaley Barnhill, Staff Reporter
October 16, 2018

A. Kadir Yildirim gave a lecture called “Religion and Politics in the Middle East” in the Oakland Center on Oct. 11. The lecture is one of the three-part Sheikh lecture series. Held in the new Founder’s Ballroom, the event had a great turnout of faculty and students as well as community members. Paul Kubicek, department chair of political science at Oakland University, said that this lecture...

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