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Checking in with Dr. Bradley Bolen

American voices2 - bolenBy Racquel Joseph

Dr. Bolen just posted an exciting update about his travel to the Middle East and some of the political questions that are already arising. You can keep up with Dr. Bolen’s stateside preparation for his adventure abroad in his second blog post. If you missed his first entry, it gives great background on the work he plans to do in Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria.

To read the first Between The Lines story on Dr. Bolen, click here.

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