Bridging Narratives @ Mason

Tuesday, October 11, 2016 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Merten Hall (formerly University Hall), 1204

Bridging Narratives is a dialogue group at George Mason University. We strive to build a tight-knit community dedicated to learning and discussing the intricate narratives and history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We aim to create a space for students and groups on campus to safely engage in dialogue and emerge with a greater understanding of various perspectives. No prior knowledge is need to be a part of this group
 
We focus on a multiplicity of topics, and invite everyone, from the extremely well-versed to not-so-knowledgeable to come out, voice their opinions, or simply listen and learn, and meet new like minded (or not) friends in the process.
 
It really is an incredible opportunity for absolutely anybody in the field of Politics, International Affairs, Middle East Studies, and/or Government to hear first-hand accounts, witness divulging opinions, and perhaps even consider the likelihood and plausibility of a lasting peace (whatever that may mean)!
 
We will be doing this all year-long, but join us for our second discussion this semester on Tuesday, October 11th at 7:30PM in Merten Hall 1204. We hope to see you there, beverages and light snacks will be provided!
 
Email Mabusaif@gmu.edu or Dagress@gmu.edu for more information today.