Middle East

UNH professor David Kaye

The Art of Humanity

In the hour before professor David Kaye, chair of the theatre and dance department, would take the stage and perform his one-man play “How I Brought Peace to the Middle East?” at New York’s United Solo theatre festival, details were beginning to become clear about the fatal terrorist attacks in... Read More

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