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LISA HAJJAR Sociology Department University of California – Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA 93106 USA EDUCATION PhD, Sociology

, The American University, Washington, DC (1995). MA, Arab Studies, Georgetown University, Washington, DC (1986). BA, International Relations, Tufts University, Medford, MA (1983). ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Associate Professor (since 2003) and Assistant Professor (2001-03), Department of Sociology (since 2010) and Law and Society Program (2001-10), UCSB. Affiliated with Departments of Global and International Studies, Religious Studies, and Middle East Studies. Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA (1999-2001). Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA (1995-99). GRANTS and AWARDS American Bar Association, Litigation Research Fund Grant (2010). Academic Senate, Individual Faculty Research Grant, UCSB (2009). Institute for Social, Behavioral and Economic Research (ISBER), Research Grant, UCSB (2002, 2009). Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, Faculty Research Grant, UCSB (2009). Harold J. Plous Distinguished Junior Faculty Award, UCSB (2003). Academic Senate Committee on Research, Junior Faculty Incentive Award, UCSB (2002). Center for Historical Analysis, Post-doctoral Fellowship, Rutgers University (1999, declined). Malcolm H. Kerr Dissertation Award, Middle East Studies Association (1995). John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Program in Global Peace and Security, Writing Grant (1994). Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, Writing Grant (1993). National Science Foundation, Law and Social Science Program’s Global Perspectives on Sociolegal Studies, Dissertation Improvement Grant (1993). Institute for Intercultural Studies, Dissertation Grant (1992). American Association of University Women, Dissertation Grant (1991). Joint Committee on the Near and Middle East of the American Council of Learned Societies and the Social Science Research Council, Dissertation Grant (1991). 1-805-893-3118 (office) 1-805-893-3324 (fax)

Committee for Academic Freedom in the Middle East and North Africa. Vice-president (2007-09 and 2010 .present). Emory University Law School (2000-01). New Racial Studies Advisory Board. Graduate Student Workshop. Washington. UCSB (2007-09). Academic Senate Committee on Academic Freedom. Islamic Family Law Project. Columbia University (2009-10). Lead Researcher.present) and Board member (since 2006). UCSB. Vice-chair (2006-07) and UCSB Representative (2004-06). Visiting Scholar. Washington College of Law. UCSB (2006-09). UCSB Representative. Law and Society Association (1998-2000). Chair (2004-05) and Member (2003-07). Interdisciplinary Humanities Center Research Group on Torture. Law and Society Association (2002-04). Law and Society Association (2006). Thematic study of domestic violence and shari’a. Early Career Workshop Committee. Search Committee Member. page 2 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE and SERVICE Graduate Program and Admissions Committee. Committee on Curriculum and Educational Policy. Chair. Institute for Social. Co-Chair. Mellichamp Chair in Global Authority and Governance (2009).Hajjar. Center for Law and Security. Behavioral and Economic Research Advisory Committee. College of Letters and Science Executive Committee (2004-06). Chair. Morehouse Representative. Council on Faculty Issues and Awards. Certificate. Law and Society Program. Social Science Representative. Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. International Human Rights Exchange Advisory Committee (19992001). Middle East Studies Association (1996-98). Academic Senate Ad-hoc Committee on the USA PATRIOT Act. UCSB (2003-05). Morehouse College (2000-01). Law and Society Association (2010-11). UCSB (2005-08). Chair. . New York University. DC (2004). University of California Initiative for Human Rights (2007-09). Sociology Department. National Science Foundation’s Advisory Panel for Law and Social Sciences (2010). UCSB (2010 . and Center for the Study of Human Rights. International Committee. UCSB (2003-05). American Civil Liberties Union—Santa Barbara Chapter. Executive Committee and Board of Trustees. The American University.

Chaos as Utopia: International Criminal Prosecution as a Challenge to State Power. PUBLICATIONS Books Lawfare: The Legal Campaign against American Torture. Annual Review of Law and Social Science. Politics and Society. vol. 38.Hajjar. vol. State Power and Domestic Violence in Muslim Societies: A Framework for Comparative Analysis. Studies in Law. Arab Association for Development. The World and the Academy: New Directions in Human Rights Scholarship (review essay). no. International Humanitarian Law and “Wars on Terror”: A Comparative Analysis of Israeli and American Doctrines and Policies. and Society. 31 (2004). 30 (2001). . 56 (2002). Journal of Palestine Studies (since 2002). vol. 36. 48 (2009). vol. Law and Society Review (2000-05). Rights at Risk: Why the Right Not To Be Tortured Is Important to You. 1994. A Survey of the Syrian Population in the Occupied Golan Heights: Demography and Health. Human Rights in Israel/Palestine: The History and Politics of a Movement. Contemporary Sociology vo. Studies in Law. page 3: Professional Service. 1-5. and since 2008). 2008. Law and Social Inquiry. 1 (January 2009). vol. University of Miami Law Review. Coauthor with Hasan Abu Libdeh et al. Arab Studies Journal (since 2000). Human Rights: Critical Concepts in Political Science. 1 (Autumn 2006). vol. Religion. In progress. Courting Conflict: The Israeli Military Court System in the West Bank and Gaza. Law against Order: Human Rights Organizations and the Palestinian Authority. Politics. no. 5 (2009). 2005. during which I was chair 2003-07. University of California Press. 29 (2004). Publications EDITORIAL COMMITTEE SERVICE Middle East Report (1994-99. Vols. Journal of Palestine Studies. Co-edited with Richard Falk and Hilal Elver. vol. Routledge. Journal Articles Does Torture Work? A Socio-Legal Assessment of the Practice in Historical and Global Perspective. Cultural Anthropology (2005-10). 2001-07. Jadaliyya (since 2010). Journal of Palestine Studies.

and Torture in the Post-9/11 Era. Speaking the Conflict. vol. 2004. New Directions. editor. Towards a Critical Globalization Studies: Continued Debates. and Neglected Topics. 1990. 21 (2000). Fordham University Press. Politics and the Arab World. In Austin Sarat and Stuart Scheingold. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2010. Metropolitan Books. editors. 31 (1997). In William Robinson and Richard Appelbaum. In the Name of Democracy: American War Crimes in Iraq and Beyond. In Lynn Welchman. New York University Press. Cause Lawyering in Transnational Perspective: National Conflict and Human Rights in Israel/Palestine. editor. In Austin Sarat. Executive Powers. Politics and Society. In Alice Bullard. editors. Routledge. Coauthor with Samih Farsoun. and the Problem of Torture.Hajjar. editor. Sovereign States. Assault on Truth: Torture and the Humanities. In Elisabeth Weber and Julie Carlson. 2004. From Nuremberg to Guantanamo: International Law and American Power Politics (reprint of article). In Hisham Sharabi. editors. forthcoming. Studies in Law. When Governments Break the Law: The Rule of Law and the Prosecution of the Bush Administration. 2001. Theory. 2008. editors. Human Rights. Oxford University Press. 2005. page 4: Publications Journal Articles (continued) Sovereign Bodies. Routledge. editors. Zed Press. In Jeremy Brecher. 2005. Domestic Violence and Shari’a: A Comparative Study of Muslim Societies in the Middle East. Ashgate. Africa and Asia. Towards a Sociology of Human Rights: Critical Globalization Studies. International Law. 23 (2000). Book Chapters An Assault on Truth: A Chronology of Torture. Human Rights in Crisis. Universal Jurisdiction as Praxis: An Option To Pursue Legal Accountability for Superpower Torturers. Law and Society Review. Cause Lawyering and the State in a Global Era. Blackwell Publishers. . Deception and Denial. editor. Women’s Rights and Islamic Family Law: Perspectives on Reform. Human Rights Law. From the Fight for Legal Rights to the Promotion of Human Rights: Israeli and Palestinian Cause Lawyers in the Trenches of Globalization. vol. Jill Cutler and Brendan Smith. or How the Druze Became Bi-lingual: A Study of Druze Translators in the Israeli Military Courts. The Blackwell Companion to Law and Society. and the Future of War. The Contemporary Sociology of the Middle East: An Assessment. In Austin Sarat and Nasser Hussein. vol.

editor.Hajjar. Grave Injustice: Maher Arar and Unaccountable America. no. 2005. . MERO. 15 (2004). 2007. 28. Presumed Intelligent. September 3. Jadaliyya. Interrogation and Prosecution of Palestinians. July 28. Adalah’s Newsletter. Israel’s Military Court System Is Model to Avoid. vol. Omar Khadr and the Still-Black Hole of Guantánamo. page 5: Publications Encyclopedia Entries The Israeli Military Court System in the West Bank and Gaza: Arrest. 2010. The Nation. July 26. From Nuremberg to Guantanamo: International Law and American Power Politics. 2010. May 9. 2010. Journalistic Articles. December 9. Torture and the Politics of Denial. 2010. October 28. June 2009. East Texas Review (11/24/05). 2005. 2010. Primers and Opinion Pieces Is There a Pill for This? Jadaliyya. February 7. Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives. My Great and Terrible Obsession: Torture. 2010. Salaam Salim: A Review of The Oath. vol. Jadaliyya. In the Penal Colony (review essay). American Torture: The Price Paid. 2 (2004). 2004. Middle East Report 251 (Summer 2009).” MERO. Torture and the Future. In David S. 2005. October 8. 2010. Clark. An Army of Lawyers. September 25. no. Travesty in Progress: Omar Khadr and the US Military Commissions. September 19. June 24. Middle East Report 229 (Winter 2003). The Nation. Sage Publications. 2010. Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Morris Sun Tribune (11/30/05). Jadaliyya. Lynne Rienner Publishers. Our Heart of Darkness. Torture American-Style. 30. 2010. MERO. Truthout. Torture (entry). Banning Torture Affirms America’s Humanity. December 26. Family Violence (entry). Amnesty Now. August 26. Torture and the Lawless “New Paradigm. In Cheryl Rubenberg. 2007. Topeka Capital-Journal (11/19/05). Encyclopedia of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. editor. The Journal-Register (11/21/05). Jadaliyya. Waiting for History: A Meditation on the Trial of Omar Khadr. Middle East Report Online (MERO). In These Times. the Lessons Learned.

2003). Middle East Report 205 (Winter 1997). Liberal Feminism. Tortured Confessions: Prisons and Public Recantations in Modern Iran. 1997). no. 1995). Coauthor with Steve Niva. vol. The Palestinian People: A History. International Journal of Middle East Studies. 2004). 2000). Palestinian Citizens in an Ethnic Jewish State: Identities in Conflict. 1918-1939. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology. eds. Contemporary Sociology. page 6: Publications Journalistic Articles. vol. Austin Sarat and Thomas R. Law in the Domains of Culture. 6 (2000). Rule by Law: The Politics of Courts in Authoritarian Regimes. vol. Tauris Publishers. Zionism and Law in Early Mandate Palestine. 2008). Feminists. (Cambridge University Press. Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Arab Women. 4 (2007). Middle East Research and Information Project. Islam and Nation: Gender and the Making of Modern Egypt. eds. Sanford Levinson. Middle East Report 207 (Summer 1998). Ronen Shamir (Cambridge University Press. Ervand Abrahamian (University of California Press. (Oxford University Press. vol. 1995). Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies. Margot Badran (Princeton University Press. (Re)Made in the USA: Middle East Studies in the Global Era. Primers and Opinion Pieces (continued) The Making of a Political Trial: The Marwan Barghouti Case. May Seikaly (I. Haifa: Transformation of an Arab Society. Middle East Journal. Coauthor with Joel Beinin. Israel. 33 (2004). Baruch Kimmerling and Joel S. (University of Michigan Press. Norman Finkelstein (University of California Press. 8. Beyond Chutzpah: On the Misuse of Anti-Semitism and the Abuse of History. 54 (2000). forthcoming. Perspectives on Politics. 1998. 106 (2001). Human Rights Review. 1999). Migdal (Harvard University Press. vol. 31 (1999).Hajjar. Contemporary Sociology. no. The Colonies of Law: Colonialism. and the Israeli State. revised editions 2000 & 2002. Nadim Rouhana (Yale University Press. Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian (Cambridge University Press. vol. 3 (2009). American Journal of Sociology. . no. vol. 2. Palestine. 2000). vol. 2009). 2005).B. 7. Torture: A Collection. vol. American Ethnologist (1996). Law. Culture and the Humanities. Tom Ginsburg and Tamir Moustafa. and the Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Primer. Middle East Report 225 (Winter 2002). Kearns. 32 (2003). 4 (2006). ed. Book Reviews Militarization and Violence against Women in Conflict Zones in the Middle East: A Palestinian Case Study.

Professional Activities Book Reviews (continued) Women and the Israeli Occupation: The Politics of Change. (Routledge. November 18 – 21. Middle East Studies Association Bulletin. 2009. War. The Quest for Universal Jurisdiction: Transnational Networks and Alliances among Lawyers and Human Rights Organizations. 1991). August 8-11. DC. Middle East Report. Litigation and the US Anti-Torture Campaign. In War. Universal Jurisdiction as Praxis: The Best Option for Holding Superpower Torturers Legally Accountable. 2008. The Islamist Movement in the Occupied Territories: Iyad Barghouti. 2010. Joost Hiltermann (Princeton University Press. Behind the Intifada: Labor and Women's Movements in the Occupied Territories. Washington. no. Development and Politics in Sudan: Robert Shaloub. and Security. American Sociological Association (ASA) annual meeting.” Duke University. 24 (1994). 29 (1995). September 2 – 5. Journal of Palestine Studies.Hajjar. page 7: Publications. Middle East Report. DC. 1994). May 28-June 1. Montreal. Conference on “Scenes of Secrecy: Interdisciplinary Inquiries on Suspicion. Washington. Middle East Report. vol. April 3-4. vol. Middle East Report. Intelligence. January 21. Chicago. Law and War. 2010. Universal Jurisdiction as Praxis: A Social History of Transnationalized Justice. Conference on Torture. 2010. no. American Political Science Association meeting. Palestinian Human Rights: Under Occupation. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Conference and Symposia Papers The Liberal Ideology of Torture: A Critical Examination of the American Case. 205 (1997). Center for Contemporary Arab Studies Conference. 214 (2000). 2010. San Francisco. May 27 – 30. IL. Torture. Georgetown University. San Diego. Interviews Human Rights Organizations in the Arab World and Problems of Dependency: Abdullahi AnNa’im. 200 (1996). 183 (1993). Tamar Mayer. Middle East Studies in the Arab World: Salim Nasr. no. no. Lawfare: Viva la Litigation! LSA meeting. ed. . October 17. New York University Law and Society Colloquium. Lawfare. February 2829. Lawyers. Middle East Studies Association (MESA) meeting. University of Chicago Law School. 2009. 2008. 2007. Law and Society Association (LSA) meeting.

State Power and Domestic Violence in Muslim Societies: A Framework for Comparative Analysis. 2003. New Directions. NV. UCSB.” University of Washington." UCSB. International or Universal Jurisdiction? A Human Rights Critique of the International Criminal Court. 2004. June 2002.” UCSB. Hungary. LSA meeting. May 22. April 3. and Neglected Topics. Law against Order: A History of Human Rights Activism in Israel/Palestine. Religion. Washington. May 18. IL. Domestic Violence and Shari’a: A Comparative Study of the Middle East. 2004. The “Israelization” of the International Law in the US after 9/11. Human Rights Lawyering in Wartime: A Perspective on Israel/Palestine. Everywhere. 2004. Atlanta.Hajjar. Vancouver. 2006.” UCSB. March 2003. Bye Law? A Contemplation on the Future of War.” UCSB. Conference on “The New History and Israeli Public Culture. February 2002. MESA meeting. Examining the Failure of Politics in Israel/Palestine through the Marwan Barghouti Case. DC. ASA meeting. The Role of Law in the Israeli Academy. Africa and Asia. LSA meeting. Anchorage. page 8: Professional Activities Conference and Symposia Papers (continued) Fighting Torture as the Cause of the Era. Las Vegas. LSA meeting. August 2000. Miami. Baltimore. November 12. July 6-9. New Brunswick. Human Rights Organizations and (versus?) the Palestinian Authority. Association for Jewish Studies meeting. American Studies Association meeting. GA. Bye. LSA meeting. 2007. March 2000. MD. WA. May 2000. NJ. Fifth Annual Middle East Studies Regional Conference. What’s the Matter with Yoo? A Critical Reading of the Torture Memos. LSA meeting. Seattle. Chicago. Canada. November 8. Rights and Remedies: Implementing International Law in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Conference on “Torture and the Future. October 25. . 2002. Conference on “Utopia: Between Good and Evil. Conference on “Human Rights from the Bottom Up.” UCSB. FL. AK. December 12. Teaching against the National Dichotomy. Conference on “Toward a Critical Globalization Studies: Continued Debates. Budapest.” Rutgers University. Torture Is a Crime—Always. 2005. Lawyering for Humanity. 2004. In the Interest of Justice: Human Rights and Social Change. Conference on "International Law and Global Security. The Failure of Politics and the Hope of International Law. May 2003. June 2-6. July 2001. Conference on “Facts.

LSA meeting. December 1993. LSA Summer Institute. December 1995. Chicago. March 1999. page 9: Professional Activities Conference and Symposia Papers (continued) Torture and Truth. Druze Translators in the Israeli Military Court System: A Case Study of Israeli State Sponsored Identity Construction. Rutgers University. Peace and Law in Israel/Palestine. December 1993. Cause Lawyering after Oslo. CO. December 1998.” Gaza Strip. Confounding National Boundaries: The Role of Defense Lawyers in the Israeli Military Courts. . National Insecurity and Human Rights. September 1999. France. DC.” University of Cape Town. Conference on “Truth in Politics. Research Triangle. Peyresq. Sovereign States and the Problem of Torture. December 1997. February 1999.” University of Chicago. Conference on “Human Rights and the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process. Drawing Lines in the Land: War. South Africa. NYC. National and Gender Identities among the Druze in Israel and the Golan Heights. December 1992. July 1996. Beyond the Cause Lawyering Paradigm: The Israel/Palestine Paradox and Its Lessons. American Anthropological Association (AAA) meeting. Presented at three conferences: “The Uncertain State of Palestine: Research Futures. “Investigating and Combating Torture: Explorations of a New Human Rights Paradigm. July 1996. Conference of the Working Group on Cause Lawyering. San Francisco.Hajjar. June 1999. The Struggle for Rights in the Age of Negotiated Agreements. Aspen. June 1999. Glasgow. Human Rights and Cause Lawyering. DC.” University of Chicago. Sovereign Bodies. Newark. Washington. NC. MESA meeting. MESA meeting. LSA meeting. Tel Aviv. AAA meeting. Chicago. MESA meeting. Chicago. June 1998. July 1999. Cause Lawyering Working Group conference. June 1997. Italy. LSA meeting. ASA meeting. Bi-annual meeting of the Working Group for the Comparative Study of the Legal Professions. Washington. Making Legal Trouble: Meir Shamgar’s Legacy in the West Bank and Gaza. From Fighting for Legal Rights to Enforcing Human Rights: Israeli and Palestinian Cause Lawyers in the Trenches of Globalization. Zionist Politics and the Law: The Meaning of the Green Line. Torture and the Nation. Bellagio. August 1996. Scotland. Chicago.

New York City. sponsored by the Public Committee against Torture in Israel. Washington. Domestic Violence in Muslim Societies: Comparative Perspectives. July 22. Domestic Violence. Conference on Torture and Impunity: Ten Years after the High Court of Justice Torture Decision. April 21. 2008. Conference on Comparative Islamic Law and Family Violence. 2007. February 26. 2010. Asia and Africa. Brown University. 2007. March 16. Does Torture Work? Lessons from the American Case. Pitzer College. March 24. Tel Aviv University. December 27 – 29. Georgetown University. . Women. sponsored by Medico Mondial. 2010. Surveillance and Torture: The Political Backdrop to 9/11 Policies. Swarthmore College. September 23. Invited Lectures The Liberal Ideology of Torture: A Critical Examination of the American Case. UCSB. 2007. Los Angeles. Jerusalem. Looking at Foucault's Analytics of Power. August 1992. Gender Studies Research Roundtable. August 1990. Berkley Center for Religion.” The Munroe Center for Social Inquiry. DC.Hajjar. Harvard Law School. 2010. April 14. Peace. Delivered at two venues: Science Po Aix. page 10: Professional Activities Conference and Symposia Papers (continued) Gender in the Middle East: Contested Views. Washington. April 19. Human Rights and the Palestine Problem. Cause Lawyering in Palestine. 2010. October 4. Borders. Palestinian Prisoners and the Law. 2007. 2009. 2008. Politics and Law. 2010. Office of International Scholars and Students. Afghanistan. Whitman College. George Mason University. November 13. Shari’a. Symposium on “Actually Existing Democracy (and Why There Is So Little of It). Delivered at three venues: Sciences Po Aix. November 1988. Middle East Studies Program and Center for Global Islamic Studies. DC. Kabul. March 25. 2010. ASA meeting. The Trials of Lawyers in the Era of Torture. George Mason University. December 5-6. November 28. New York University Humanities Initiative: Beyond Empire. January 9. and Women’s Rights: A Comparative Analysis of Muslim Societies in the Middle East. MESA meeting. 2010. and World Affairs Lecture Series on Anthropology of Religion and Gender. Israeli and American Ways of War: A Comparative Analysis. November 1991. 2010. Rethinking Gender: Feminist Debates and Middle East Studies. Terror and Torture: The Trial of Omar Khadr. Pittsburgh. ASA meeting. Torture and Democracy: A Conversation with Naomi Klein and Lisa Hajjar. MESA meeting.

Pittsburgh. Swarthmore College. November 4. Palestinian and Israeli Women in Struggles over Rights in Israel/Palestine. Canada. January 27. Whither the Rule of Law? Abu Ghraib. 2007. 2006. 2007. . Middle East Center. International Humanitarian Law and “Wars on Terror”: A Comparative Analysis of Israeli and American Doctrines and Policies. War (and) Crimes: Responding to the Attacks on the US. December 1998. 2006. PA. Brown University. 2005. and the Importance of Abu Ghraib. October 6. OH. 2004. Watson Institute for International Studies. January 22. CA. May 3. 2006. Interpretive Theory Program. April 13. Chaos as Utopia: International Criminal Prosecution as a Challenge to State Power. Amherst. 2005. 2006. March 2001. 2006. March 11. March 17. PA. April 2000. The Second Intifada and the Global “War on Terror. East Jerusalem. Central Pennsylvania Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee holiday banquet. June 3. November 2002. Bridging Divides through the Study of Conflicts. Ohio State University. Columbus. A Human Rights Critique of the Israeli-Palestinian Agreements. 2006. What’s the Matter with Yoo? The Crime of Torture. January 6. February 13. Vancouver. OR. 2003. 2004. LSA Graduate Student Workshop.” Bir Zeit University. January 7. Plous Award Lecture. Human Rights in Palestine. March 23. the Role of Lawyers.” Institute for the Transregional Study of the Contemporary Middle East. The Causes and Costs of America’s Torture Scandal: A Critical Assessment of the Role of Lawyers. February 15. On Torture. Oregon State University. Point Blanks Project. University of British Columbia. AK.Hajjar. Program in Law and Public Affairs. March 20. University of Arkansas. Torture and the Future. West Bank. Africa and Asia. Amherst College. Domestic Violence and Islamic Family Law: A Comparative Study of the Middle East. 2001. Ramallah. Delivered at four venues: Law and Society Colloquium. Princeton University. Los Angeles. Fayetteville. Keynote address. page 11: Professional Activities Invited Lectures (continued) How Israel Influences America’s “Global War on Terror. and Central Asia. MA. Corvallis. Harrisburg. New York Law School. Al-Quds University. Irvine Lecture in Critical Theory. University of CaliforniaIrvine. UCSB. Torture and the Future of US Democracy. University of Massachusetts. North Africa. Critical Theory Institute. Forty-sixth Annual Harold J. Keynote address. Bye Bye Law? A Contemplation on the Future of War. Princeton University. 2005. University of Pennsylvania.

Faculty Panel organized by UCLA Center for Middle East Studies. April 24. Faculty colloquium. July 6-9. Symposium on Academic Freedom. Gaza and Human Rights. Panel of Experts on US Policy.” May 10. End Torture and Restore the Rule of Law. Austin. Picking a President: How To Make Sense of Your Vote. Baltimore. Human Rights. . 2008. 2009. Teaching Human Rights. December 1997. MD. January 29. Repression by Law: The Israeli Military Legal System and a Glimpse at Its Palestinian Aftermath. 2010. 2007. LSA Graduate Student Workshop. January 3-4. May 21. DC.” Law and Society (LSA) annual meeting. Security and Global Governance. 2006. The American University. 2006. April 1997. Roundtable at West Coast Law and Society Retreat. Shifts in Strategy for Social Transformation. Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine. Washington. The Changing Face of Human Rights Activism in Israel/Palestine. Presentations Evaluating the Obama Administration’s First Year: The Promises To Close Guantánamo. Yale Law School and New York University Law School. Jerusalem: The Legal Issues. April 1998. University of Texas. University of Texas. July 4-5. International Relations and the Silencing of Civil Discourse.Hajjar. Washington College of Law. page 12: Professional Activities Invited Lectures (continued) The Struggle for Rights in the Age of Negotiated Agreements. Roundtable on “After Public Interest Law. Faculty panel as part of Critical Issues in America series on “Torture and the Future. Honolulu. 2007. Cause Lawyering. UCLA School of Law. Ethnic Identity and Sociological Research. Tel Aviv University. Israel. Lawyering for Humanity: Notes on the Empirical Study of Anti-Torture Legal Activism in the US. Washington. Faculty roundtable organized by University of California Humanities Research Center and University of California – Irvine Humanities Center. DC. October 16. 2009. MD. Austin. Baltimore. Scripps College. In Defense of Education: A Panel on Academic Freedom. The Uses and Abuses of Patriotism in the Gulf War. October 28. August 31. February 12. February 1991. 2009. 2008. 2008. Faculty panel organized by UCSB Committee To Defend Academic Freedom. August 1997. HI. Faculty panel organized by UCSB College of Letters and Science Honors Program and Associated Students. Panel sponsored by the UCSB Women’s Center. April 1995.

Faculty Research Series. 2001. 2005. The Second Intifada and the Global War on Terror. Symposium on “Iraq…What Next?” UCSB. Going Inside the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. LSA annual meeting. January 29. Roundtable. 2006. Post-election Palestine. CA. 2005. National Lawyers Guild annual meeting. DC. “Town Forum” series. 2003. 2005. UCSB. Panel Discussion. page 13: Professional Activities Presentations (continued) Abuses of Power. or How I Learned to Love the Law. The Law of Torture. OR. Interdisciplinary Humanities Center. June 2003. May 25. October 4. Living with the War on Terror. November 18. February 18. IL. Community forum sponsored by American Civil Liberties Union-Santa Barbara Chapter. Walls. Portland. March 1994. In Times of Trouble: The Problem of Racial Profiling. IL. Terrorism and the Danger of Nuclear War. Empirical Approaches to International Human Rights Law. Women's Rights in the Middle East. Law and Politics in the Aftermath of September 11. Santa Barbara. February 12. Chicago. Conference of experts. Princeton University. October 26. The Attack on Middle East Studies: A New McCarthyism? Community Education and Dialogue Series. Chicago. Multicultural Center. “Thinking through the Catastrophe” series. Response to Daniel Ellsberg.” UCSB. 2006. October 22. April 2001. Interdisciplinary Humanities Center. Pittsburgh. Lawyers. 2006. October 23. Checkpoints and Other Dead Ends in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Human Rights Workshop. Interdisciplinary Humanities Center. CA. 2002. International Humanitarian Law and the Iraq Crisis. UCSB. University of Chicago. “Race Matters” series. Washington. Santa Barbara. 2004. 2003. February 18. 2004. June 20. January 28. February 5. Edward Said’s Legacy in Middle East Studies. March 13. PA. Public forum on “Iraq. 2003.” Victoria Street Theater. Symposium on “Post-election Turmoil in the Middle East. Road Maps. UCSB.Hajjar. “Faculty Work in Progress” series.” Center for Middle East Studies. 2003. Committee for a Just Peace in Israel and Palestine. Women’s Center. Academics and Judges under Attack. March 9. Uncovered: The Whole Truth about the Iraq War. Santa Barbara. Smposium on “Edward Said: Appraisals of His Life and Work. UCSB. Amnesty International forum on women and human rights. Human Rights Organizations and (versus?) the Palestinian Authority. UCSB. 2003. UCSB. UCSB. Program in Law and Public Affairs. .

Conversation with filmmakers. Great Rupe Debate. 40th Anniversary Panel. “Torture and the Law: Can US Officials Be Held Accountable? Scott Horton v. January 2007. April 2007. Sponsor. Germany. Panel at LSA annual meeting. Identity and Morality. May 15. Conference on “Investigating and Combating Torture: Explorations of a New Human Rights Paradigm. UCSB. The Politics of Representing Arab Societies in the US. Conference. War. Panel. page 14: Professional Activities Discussant Author-Meets-Readers for Whitewashed (John Tehranian) and Negotiating Justice (Corey Shdaimah) [two separate panels]. IL. Panel at Middle East Studies Association (MESA) annual meeting. Onati. Sponsor. Workshop on “Islam and the Public Sphere. LSA annual meeting. Legality and Legitimacy in the International Order. Sponsor. Relativity: The Social Construction of Torture. 2009.” University of Chicago. Prince Moulay Hicham. 2009. March 1999. Pittsburgh.Hajjar. UCSB.” UCSB. MA. 4th Annual Santa Barbara Human Rights Film Festival. UCSB. IL. Berlin. Palestinians in Israel Revisited. Publics and Counter-publics. May 1997. The Reckoning: The Battle for the International Criminal Court. Panel at MESA annual meeting. Crime. FL. Spain. Chicago. 2006. UCSB Regents Lecturer. “Reimagining International Law and a New Politics of Human Rights. Resistances. Knowing Rights—State Actors’ Stories of Power. The Ruse of Law. MA. Featured Session Organizer. May 2004. November 2000. NJ. Abdullahi An-Na’im.” Law and Society Association (LSA) annual meeting. Law and Society Association annual meeting. Boston. Organizer and Moderator. January 2009. June 2003. Cause Lawyering in the Global Era. Boston. July 2007. Keith Harmon Snow. . July 1998. or Terror? Perspectives on Global Violence. Panel at MESA annual meeting. States of Incarceration: Forms. Discussant. and Lecture Series Organizing Faculty co-organizer. April 21. Santa Barbara.” co-sponsored by New York University and UCSB. Orlando. UCSB Orfalea Center conference. UCSB Regents Lecturer. May 2009. Stuart Taylor. November 2006. Working Group of the Comparative Study of the Legal Professions bi-annual meeting.” University of California Initiative on Human Rights. 2009. PA.” Law and Society Graduate Student Conference. Formations. Chicago.” Princeton University. Colloquium on “The Politics of Culture in Arab Societies in an Era of Globalization. “Negotiating Legal Boundaries. February 19. “Torture and the Security State. Princeton. November 2006. 2009. May 14. May 26.

April 2002. 2006-07. “Critical Theories and Middle East Studies. Rights and Remedies: Implementing International Law in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Panel organizer. “Human Rights and Legal Reform in Muslim Societies. .” Critical Issues in America Program. and Speaker Series Organizing (continued) Program co-organizer.” Middle East Studies Association (MESA) annual meeting. Panel organizer.” sponsored by the Multicultural Center.” LSA annual meeting. Interrogating and Prosecuting. Panel organizer. Symposium organizer. “Facts. Budapest. Conference organizer. UCSB. DC. “Terrorizing the Law: Paradigms and Practices in Detaining. “International Justice. Chicago. June 2-6.” sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center. page 15: Professional Activities Conference. Washington. “Legal Aspects of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.” LSA annual meeting. “Home of the Free? A Public Forum on the Patriot Acts. November 1991. NV. DC.” MESA annual meeting. Hungary. Las Vegas. Symposium co-organizer. UCSB. June 1999. “Human Rights in Theory and Practice.” sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center. UCSB. October 2003. Panel. “Torture and the Future: Perspectives from the Humanities. San Antonio. Lecture series organizer. November 1990. “Doing Human Rights Work on the Middle East: Issues and Obstacles. November 2003. April 2004. Panel organizer. 2005.” MESA annual meeting. Panel organizer. UCSB.” LSA annual meeting. Panel organizer. PA. Panel organizer. Local Injustices. Conference organizer.” MESA annual meeting. “New Directions in Human Rights Scholarship. “Human Rights and the Middle East: The Question of Universal Standards.” Swarthmore College. December 1991. IL. “Current Crises in the Middle East. Washington. July 2001. May 2004. TX.Hajjar.” Law and Society Program. Swarthmore. UCSB. 1997-99.

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