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Winter term in the Middle East

February 6, 2017
Communications Staff
A huge concrete wall is covered in graffiti and topped with barbed wire.
Photo credit: Naomi Fireman

This graffiti-marked wall was just one of the places Naomi Fireman visited during her winter-term project in the Middle East. “I came here to travel and listen to many different perspectives on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” said Fireman. “I tried my best to make it an intentional project that explored the nuances of this very complex region.”

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