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2017 Edward Said Memorial Lecture

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Sat 25 Nov 2017, 5:30pm–7:00pm

Where: Elder Hall, University of Adelaide, North Tce, Adelaide CBD, South Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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The 13th annual Edward Said Memorial Lecture features prominent Israeli journalist, Gideon Levy, journalist with Haaretz newspaper.

Lecture title: The first 50 years: Israeli society and the occupation

Levy has said that his views on Israel's policies toward the Palestinians developed only after joining Haaretz.

"When I first started covering the West Bank for Haaretz, I was young and brainwashed," he said in an interview. "I would see settlers cutting down olive trees and soldiers mistreating Palestinian women at the checkpoints, and I would think, 'These are exceptions, not part of government policy.' It took me a long time to see that these were not exceptions – they were the substance of government policy."

Lecture hosted by the Australian Friends of Palestine Association and The University of Adelaide.

This year's lecture will be the keynote event in a three-day symposium addressing Palestine and the West, to be held at The University of Adelaide. See website for more details.

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