Nazareth - Archaeology, History and Cultural Heritage

10:00 – 11:50 Sixth Session – Dutch Account, Local Mansions and Schneller Orphanage
11:50 – 12:20 Coffee Break
12:20 – 13:50 Seventh Session -- 1948 and After
13:50 – 14:10 Publication and Closing Remarks
14:10 – 15:30 Lunch

Sixth Session – Dutch Account, Local Mansions and Schneller Orphanage
Chair: Raid Mu`allim, Nazareth Academic Institute

1. Mehmet Tutuncu, University of Amsterdam- Holland Two Dutch Traveler Accounts about Nazareth from 17th Century

2. Sharif Sharif - Safadi, University of Haifa and Nazareth Municipality The Mansion of Saleem Bey al-Rayyis: A Unique Elite Residential House in Late Ottoman Nazareth

3. Ron Fuchs, University of Haifa 19th Century Mansions: the rich heritage of Nazareth

4. Christiane Czygan, University of Hamburg – Germany The Schneller Family and the Orphanage in Nazareth
 

Seventh Session -- 1948 and After
Chair: Mahmoud Yazbak, University of Haifa

1. Mustafa Abbasi, Tel Hai College Nazareth and the Problem of Internal Arab Refugees, 1948-1949 (Moved to first day)

2. Leena Dallasheh, New York University - USA Nazareth, A Palestinian City in Transition Between Mandate and Israel Ilan Pappe, University of Exeter, UK Nazareth 1948: Revisiting a Traumatic Palestinian Town

Publication and ClosingRemarks