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Geographic Society of Chicago: Winter 2013 Travelogue Series

The Arab Spring and the Peace Process

Presenter: Dorothy Drummond

Author, Geographer

Dorothy brings a unique geographic perspective to understanding the ancient roots of modern day conflicts. Travels to the Middle East spawned Dorothy’s book Holy Land, Whose Land? Her continued interest in this conflicted region, and an abiding love for history, she brings first-hand observation from wherever she is traveling. She always looks for relationships -- between people and the land they live on, between nations, and between the past and the present. Gain a better understanding about this region of the world.

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