Jadal 26: “The Decision to Ban the Islamic Movement in Israel”

The current issue of Mada Al-Carmel electronic magazine “Jadal” addresses the decision to outlaw the Islamic Movement adopted by the Israeli government in the mid of November 2015. The Israeli decision, to politically outlaw the Islamic Movement, is considered a historical turning point in the relationship between Israel and the... Details

jadal 25: “The Joint List”

The main theme of the current issue of Jadal is the Joint List, which is a political alliance of four Arab-dominated parties in Israel. The formation of the Joint List has been considered as a historic step within the Arab political scene inside the Green Line, as it is the... Details

Mada’s PhD program holds its Fourth Workshop on Colonialism and Zionism

The fourth workshop, held in Ramallah on July 29-30, 2016, dealt with the Palestinian National Movement’s reading of Zionism. In its opening, Professor Nadim Rouhana stressed the importance of returning to the settler colonial framework in the approach to Zionism and the conflict with it. He pointed out that Palestinian... Details

Mada’s PhD program hosts third workshop for students on Zionism & settler-colonialism

The third workshop was held from March 18 - 20 in Amman, Jordan and focused on ‘culture and colonialism’. Professor Nadim Rouhana, Mada’s director and workshop leader, opened the workshop, stating that it provided the platform for academics to present their research projects. This was followed by the first lecture... Details

Mada holds IRB Certification

Research conducted by or in partnership with Mada al-Carmel using human participants is overseen by Mada al-Carmel’s Institutional Review Board (IRB). Its purpose is to facilitate human subjects’ research and to ensure the rights and welfare of human subjects are protected during their participation. In this context, as stated above,... Details

2nd Annual Conference for PhD Students

Mada al-Carmel’s 2nd Conference for PhD Students, part of our PhD Program held on April 15 and 16, 2016, is an important event for Palestinian academia and wider activism and political engagement in the area. Our PhD program provides Palestinian students and researchers with a unique environment that is sorely... Details

The Illusion of Justice in the Settler Colony: Palestinian woman, law and the state

The Second International Conference of Gender Studies Program at Mada al-Carmel – Arab Center for Applied Social Research was held in the old city of Acre, on Thursday 14/7/2016, under the title of: The Illusion of Justice in the Settler Colony: Palestinian woman, law and the state. The conference sought... Details

The Second International Conference – The Illusion of Justice in the Settler Colony: Palestinian Women, Law and the State

Gender Studies Program Mada al-Carmel –Arab Center for Applied Social Research Invites you to attend: The Second International Conference The Illusion of Justice in the Settler Colony: Palestinian Women, Law and the State  Thursday, July 14th 2016, Akkotel Hotel, Akka (Acre) Old City, 1 Salah Ad Din Street Program (PDF):... Details

The Second International Conference – The Illusion of Justice in the Settler Colony: Palestinian Women, Law and the State

Gender Studies Program Mada al-Carmel –Arab Center for Applied Social Research Invites you to attend: The Second International Conference The Illusion of Justice in the Settler Colony: Palestinian Women, Law and the State  Thursday, July 14th 2016, Akkotel Hotel, Akka (Acre) Old City, 1 Salah Ad Din Street Program (PDF):... Details

16 PhD-students participated in the second Mada al-Carmel PhD conference, and six grants were allocated to PhD students

On April 15th-16th, the conference for Palestinian PhD students was held in Nazareth, which was organized by Mada al-Carmel - the Arab Center for Applied Social Research. This was the second conference that Mada al-Carmel held for PhD-students. Palestinian students studying at local and foreign universities participated in the conference... Details