College of Letters & Science | Political Science, Jewish Studies, Middle East Studies Program
Nadav Shelef is the Harvey M. Meyerhoff Professor of Israel Studies and Professor of Political Science. Professor Shelef teaches and studies nationalism, religion and politics, Israeli politics and society, and middle east politics. His current projects focus on understanding how homelands change and the conditions under which religious parties moderate their positions.
This talk explains the main features of Israeli politics and what makes it tick.
This talk will explore the ups and downs of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict over time, the current strategies of the participants, and where it is likely to go from here.