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  1. Dan Arbell, Scholar in Residence

    Dan Arbell, a scholar-in-residence at the Center for Israeli Studies at AU, is a 25 year veteran of the Israeli Foreign Service, serving in senior posts overseas in the UN, the US and Japan, and holding senior positions at the Ministry of Foreign Aff… More

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  2. Albert Beveridge, Historian in Residence

    Albert Beveridge has been an attorney in Washington, DC for 45 years. After a series of legal positions, including three years in the Department of Justice, he established his own firm, Beveridge & Diamond, in 1974. It has become the premier environm… More

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  3. Michelle Engert, Scholar in Residence

    SPA - Justice, Law and Criminology

    Michelle Engert has joined the faculty of Justice, Law, and Criminology after a diverse career as both a trial attorney and as a policy advisor. Michelle began her legal career as a trial attorney with the New Mexico Public Defender Department in San… More

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  4. Pamela Henson, Public Historian in Residence

    CAS - History

    Dr. Henson is director of the Institutional History Division of the Smithsonian Institution Archives. She researches and writes on the history of the Smithsonian and conducts the oral history project with Smithsonian staff. Current exhibits include "… More

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  5. Caren Oberg, Scholar in Residence

    Caren Oberg is the Principal and Owner of Oberg Research, LLC; based in Atlanta, GA. She has a Masters of Arts and Teaching (M.A.T) in Museum Education from The George Washington University. She has taught courses for the Public History Program at A… More

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