Dr Joshua Landis at The Summer Series on International Affairs

Dr Joshua Landis will return to Rochester Library on July 11 at 10 am to speak about Gaza and what’s next there.

The Landis family has spent four generations at their summer home in Granville’s North
Hollow. Joshua and Manar Landis’ two boys have spent summers at Killooleet Camp in

Josh is a Professor and holds the Mackey Chair at the University of Oklahoma. He is also
Director of the Center for Middle East Studies and Center for Iranian Studies in the Boren
School of International Studies. He received his PhD from Princeton University in Near East
Studies. He is a frequent analyst on TV, radio, and in print and a regular on NPR and BBC.  He
has received three Fulbright grants to support his research in Syria and won numerous prizes for
his teaching. He is past president of the Syrian Studies Association and a non-resident fellow at
the Quincy Institute, where his recent publications have appeared in journals such as Responsible
Statecraft and Foreign Affairs.