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Conference: TISS Twentieth Anniversary New Faces Conference
September 20, 2019 - September 21, 2019
Join the Triangle Institute for Security Studies for the Twentieth Annual New Faces Conference. The event includes a presentation on Friday, September 20, 11:25am – 12:35 pm, on “The Lebanese Wars: Civil Conflict and International Intervention, 1975-85” by Emily Whalen, Harvard University (International History).
Faculty Discussant: Paul Chamberlin, Columbia University (History) NF 2009.
Graduate Student Discussant: Robert Allred, Duke University (Political Science).
Chair: Bruce Jentleson, Duke University (Political Science).
Sponsored by the Triangle Institute for Security Studies. For more information and registration, visit here.
Friday Center for Continuing Education
UNC Chapel Hill