Anti-Racism Experts Emphasize Listening and Validation

Friends and coauthors Shanterra McBride and Rosalind Wiseman discussed life-changing conversations about race at our May 7 event.

StoryCorps’ One Small Step Partnership Kicks Off

StoryCorps President Dave Isay, Dartmouth President Sian Leah Beilock, and students who have taken part in One Small Step conversations share insights at our April 3 launch event.

Marc Brackett on Emotional Intelligence

For our inaugural speaker event, the Dialogue Project welcomed Marc Brackett, the founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and a professor in the Child Study Center at Yale University.

Resources From Marc Brackett

Brackett has created a number of resources that foster greater understanding of the role emotions play in our lives. 

  • Permission to Feel —Using science, passion, and lively storytelling, this book serves as a guide for understanding our own and others’ emotions, and provides strategies for developing emotional intelligence.
  • Mood Meter App (iOS)—This app is designed to help you gain greater insight around the causes and consequences of your feelings and learn research-based strategies to help achieve greater well-being. 
  • Dealing With Feelings webcast—Brackett hosts this series focused on evidence-based strategies for healthy emotion regulation. 

Do Israelis and Palestinians Really Want Peace?

Public opinion expert Dahlia Scheindlin discusses what opinion polls in both societies teach us about the conflict in conversation with Ezzedine Fishere.

Can the U.S. Lead the Israelis and Palestinians Towards Peace?

Ezzedine Fishere in conversation with Andrew P. Miller, deputy assistant secretary of state for Israeli-Palestinian affairs in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs at the U.S. Department of State.

The Arab World and the Demise of the Caliphate

A discussion exploring both immediate and long-term consequences of the historic Turkish decision to close the doors on the Caliphate.

The Rise — and Future — of Hamas

Khalil Shikaki is a professor of political science and director of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research in Ramallah. His research focuses on Palestinian state building, public opinion, transition to democracy, and the impact of domestic Palestinian politics on the peace process.

Hope Interrupted

Collaborators Omar Dajani and Mira Sucharov discussed what they have learned about hope, identity, and friendship as a Palestinian and Jewish podcast team focused on a vision of Israeli and Palestinian coexistence.

Can Israelis and Palestinians Make Peace?

Samieh El-Abd is a former peace negotiator, public works and housing minister, and deputy minister of planning for the Palestinian Authority. Gilead Sher is the former chief of staff and policy coordinator to Ehud Barak, Israel’s former prime minister and minister of defense.