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Mark  Rosenblum

Mark Rosenblum

Department Of History
Office Location: Powdermaker Hall, Room-352W
Phone: 718-997-5293

Professor Mark W. Rosenblum is Associate Professor of History and Director of the Center for Ethnic, Racial, and Religious Understanding (CERRU), as well as Director of the Michael Harrington Center for Democratic Values. Most recently Professor Rosenblum has been named “Scholar in Residence,” and serves as Director of the Ibrahim Queens College Student Scholar Middle East Leadership and Dialogue Program, which includes Saudi Arabia and Israel as bookends to an immersion in Middle East culture and society.

The author of numerous scholarly and popular articles on his field of expertise, the Middle East, Professor Rosenblum has appeared as a Middle East analyst on CNN, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, and National Public Radio.He has met with virtually all the major players in the region, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu,King Abdullah II, and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. He has met with the past six presidents of the U.S. and President Obama.

His project, “The Middle East and America: Clash of Civilizations or Meeting of Minds,” seeks modes of reconciliation for all interested in the Middle East, and recently won a major Ford Foundation grant. He was also one of two winners of an award in the field of Religion, Conflict, and Reconciliation by the Clinton Global Initiative. In 1999 the Forward newspaper named Professor Rosenblum as one of the 50 most influential American Jews, and in 2003 he received the Queens College President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
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