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The Khalidiyya Library, located in Palestine, is a newly digitized source for historic papers, emphasizing the importance of manuscripts.  

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Today through Sunday, the newly launched Center for Palestine Studies is hosting a “Dreams of a Nation: A Palestinian Film Festival” event. All of the films are screened for free at either Barnard or Columbia! You just have to register online. See the schedule, and register for spots here.

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At 7:30PM today in 309 Havemeyer, the Center for Palestine Studies (CPS) will be publicly launched. In keeping with our Edward Said-worshipping “bastion of academic freedom” reputation, this development will make Columbia the first university in the country to house a center for Palestinian studies. The creation of CPS honors Columbia professor of forty years […]

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