INSTRUCTOR PROFILE

  Paul Beran
   
  PAUL BERAN is the director of the Outreach Center at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University. The center has been awarded National Resource Center status by the US Department of Education and serves educators, students and the general public on topics related to the Middle East region. Paul teaches, Introduction to the Conflict in Israel and the Occupied Territories, a Government course with an intensive writing focus, Introduction to Middle East Politics and directs the Egypt Forum, a program of training for K-12 educators on Middle East region studies and Egypt. He received his MA in Political Science and PhD in International Public Policy from Northeastern University and regularly writes and speaks on topics related to civil society in the Middle East region and the West, Middle East politics, regional human rights and development, and US foreign policy. Paul has worked, researched or taught in Turkey, Israel, the Occupied Territories, Jordan, Egypt, Sudan and Lebanon and has lived in Jerusalem, the West Bank and Cairo.
   
  Will be teaching: