Posted May 20th, 2009 by Thanassis Cambanis

I am teaching three courses in the spring of 2011: at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs a Capstone Course (in partnership with The Century Foundation) on Islamist Ideology and Municipal Power [syllabus here: 2011 Capstone – Century Foundation]; the now-traditional Writing About War seminar [syllabus: 2011 Writing About War Columbia SIPA syllabus]; and at The New School, a refurbished version of  Negotiating With “Terrorists.” [syllabus: 2011 Talking to Terrorists syllabus]

In the Spring of 2010 I taught Talking to “Terrorists,” at The New School and Engaging with Non-State Actors and Writing About War at Columbia.

In the spring of 2009, I taught a journalism seminar called Writing About War, with slight variations, at Princeton University and Columbia University.

One Response to “Teaching”

  1. Ceci Clark says:

    Thanassis, the recent article for the Globe on the ME Brain Trust was wonderfully instructive on how one can solve thorny political and cultural problems – Arabs themselves studying and identifying the problems and finding their own solutions. Makes me proud to live in Beirut and be associated with AUB which is leading the way “creating a new and permanent forum to research, talk about, and solve serious social problems, outside government influence.” We will look for the results from ACSS with hope for the future of this region.

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