Eyes in Gaza: What did I see in Gaza and what you can do? A presentation by Dr. Mads Gilbert
Harvard University Law School, Austin West
Wednesday, April 18, 6:00 PM
Dr. Mads Gilbert, professor of medicine at the University of North Norway, specializes in anesthesiology and emergency medicine. He provided medical support in Gaza during Israel’s three-week assault in December 2008 and January 2009. Dr. Gilbert describes his experiences in his book, Eyes in Gaza, co-authored with colleague Dr. Erik Fosse. Mads Gilbert recently returned from trips to Beirut, Lebanon (March 2012) and the Gaza Strip (January 2012). Gilbert’s US lecture tour will focus on his experiences in Gaza during Operation Cast Lead and in his recent follow-up visit, while providing an up-to-date analysis of the Palestinian crisis in light of current US-Israeli foreign policy in the Middle East.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Sponsors: Harvard College Palestine Solidarity Committee, the Gaza Mental Health Foundation, Inc.
Dr. Gilbert’s US tour has been made possible by the Carol Chomsky Memorial Fund (www.ChomskyFund.org)
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