Roundtable B: The Enduring Legacy of Prof. Bernard Lewis

For more than 60 years, Bernard Lewis interpreted the world of Islam to the West. After service during World War II, he taught at the University of London and Princeton University, where he was Princeton’s Cleveland E. Dodge Professor Emeritus of Near Eastern Studies. This roundtable will discuss Prof. Lewis’ enduring legacy of scholarly achievement and dedication to academic freedom and objective truth.

This special roundtable discussion features Prof. Martin Kramer, Prof. Jacob Lassner, and Prof. Norman Stillman.

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