Peleg, Ilan

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PELEG, Ilan. American (born Israel), b. 1944. Genres: International relations/Current affairs. Career: Educator. Lafayette College, Easton, PA, assistant professor, 1974-80, head of International Affairs Program, 1977-85, associate professor, 1980-88, head of Department of Government and Law, 1985-97, professor of government and law, 1988-90, Charles A. Dana Professor of Social Sciences, 1990-; Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, research fellow, 1983-84; University of Pennsylvania, fellow-in-residence, 1984-85, then research fellow at Middle East Research Institute, 1985-87, member of Center for Judaic Studies, 1996-97; Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, visiting scholar in Human Rights Program, 1990; University of Oxford, St. Antony's College, senior associate member, 2002-03. Israel Studies Forum, editor, 2000-. Guest on television and radio programs. Publications: Begin's Foreign Policy, 1977-1983: Israel's Move to the Right, 1987; Human Rights in the West Bank and Gaza, 1995. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: (with O. Seliktar) The Emergence of Binational Israel: The Second Republic in the Making, 1989; Patterns of Censorship around the World, 1993; The Peace Process in the Middle East: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 1997. Contributor of articles and reviews to books and political science and international studies journals. Address: Department of Government and Law, Lafayette College, Easton, PA 18042-1780, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]