On the Centenary of the British Mandate Era in Palestine (1922-1948): Dr Salman Abu Sitta’s Address to Balfour

Usha Kasera Lecture Theatre The University of Edinburgh (Old College) Room 1.264, First Floor, Old College Edinburgh EH8 9YL
08 November 2022

To mark the centenary of the British Mandate in Palestine, CBRL, in partnership with RACE.ED, and in co-sponsorship with Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Institute of Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH), Center for Research Collection (CRC), History, Sociology, Politics and International Relations Middle East Research Group (PIR-MERG) and Islamic and Middle East Studies (IMES), are delighted to announce “Dr Salman Abu Sitta’s address to Balfour at the University of Edinburgh.”

A renowned historian and cartographer, Dr Salman Abu Sitta will address Balfour, who was Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh at the time of signing the declaration. This lecture will reflect upon a life-time of research arising from Balfour’s legacy and what it has meant for Palestine and Palestinians, past and present.

This event is part of a series of events organised by the CBRL Kenyon Institute series marking the centenary of the British Mandate in Palestine.

To register for this in-person event, please use this link.

Tickets are limited so we do advise registering early.