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Sa’ed Atshan ’06


Sa’ed Atshan ’06 was selected to be a 2008 Paul and Daisy Soros Fellow for New Americans. Hungarian immigrants wishing to assist “young New Americans” in their education established the fellowship in 1997. Atshan was chosen as one of 30 fellows from a pool of 700 applicants. A 2008 graduate of the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government, Atshan is now pursuing a joint doctorate in anthropology and Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard. He lectures in the Peace and Justice Studies Department at Tufts University, and Harvard has recognized his work as a head teaching fellow there with three awards of distinction. Atshan has worked for the American Civil Liberties Union, the United Nations High Commission on Refugees, Human Rights Watch, Seeds of Peace, the Palestinian Negotiations Affairs Department, and the government of Dubai.

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