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Daniel S. Kamin

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Zionism and Palestinian Nationalism, the War on Terrorism, American Multiculturalism, Religion and Politics in the Middle East

COURSES TAUGHT
At Lincoln Park Campus
INT 150 – Global Connections
LSP 200 – Sophomore Seminar on Multiculturalism
LSP 100 – Freshman Seminar

At Barat College at DePaul
Holy Land, Holy War
Religion and Politics in the Middle East
The Jewish Experience
Modern Judaism
Contemporary Judaism
Studies in Genesis
World Religions

EDUCATION
Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs, New York, NY.
Master of International Affairs (M.I.A.) and Middle East Certificate 1988.
Seagram Fellow—Full Scholarship for Outstanding Academic Achievement. 
Major Concentration in the Israeli-Palestinian and Arab-Israeli Conflicts.

Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.
B.A. Cum Laude 1982.
Honors in Government.  Specialized in International Relations with Minor in Religion.
Gleason Scholar as Outstanding Government Student, 1980-82.
Xerox Grant and Policy Studies Fellowship to Study Israel’s Peace Now Movement, 1980-81

SYLLABI

LSP 200 - American Multiculturalism and the War on Terrorism