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Sa'ed Atshan

Sa'ed Atshan is a Palestinian Quaker and graduate of the Ramallah Friends School and Swarthmore College. He received his doctorate in Anthropology and Middle Eastern Studies from Harvard University. He has worked with a wide range of organizations to find practical solutions to conflicts, and conducted research into the struggle for peace through nonviolent resistance in Palestine. Sa'ed is currently an assistant professor in the Peace and Conflict Studies department at Swarthmore College.  

Sa'ed Atshan is a Palestinian Quaker and graduate of the Ramallah Friends School and Swarthmore College. He received his doctorate in Anthropology and Middle Eastern Studies from Harvard University. He has taught courses on social movements and human rights in the Middle East, the Arab Spring, and introductions to peace and justice studies. He has won numerous awards and fellowships, and worked with a wide range of organizations to find practical solutions to conflicts. He has also conducted research into the struggle for peace through nonviolent resistance in Palestine. Sa'ed is currently an assistant professor in the Peace and Conflict Studies department at Swarthmore College.  

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