Professor Neta C. Crawford Speaks on the Costs of the War on Terror

Blood, Treasure and Tears: The Costs of the War on Terror. Neta C. Crawford, Professor, Political Science at Boston University, and Co-Director, Eisenhower Study Group’s Cost of War Project, Watson Institute, Brown University, examined the human, social and political costs of America’s War on Terror at Princeton University.

The event was sponsored by Princeton University in collaboration with the Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice, Princeton University.

Heritage Foundation President Presents on Traditional Palestinian Costume & Embroidery

Hanan Munayyer, President of the Palestinian Heritage Foundation, gave an illustrated talk entitled “Origins of Traditional Palestinian Costume and Embroidery” at the YWCA Princeton.

Ms. Munayyer has lectured extensively on the origins of the textile arts in the Art world and has also designed and curated exhibits of the collection in museums.

She is the author of Traditional Palestinian Costume, which was awarded Book of the Year for 2011 by ForeWord Reviews.