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    Mendel Center and the Moseley Wrought Iron Arch Bridge.
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    The Collegiate Church of Christ the Teacher is the spiritual center of the Merrimack College community.
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    Aerial shot of the Academic Quad.
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    The Gladys Sakowich Campus Center, the heart of campus activities.
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    Students are often seen studying in the McQuade Library, a favorite spot on campus.
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    The resident dining hall, Sparky’s Place, offers a variety of nutritious meals for students and faculty.

Yehezkel Landau

Senior Associate

Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations

Yehezkel Landau is a Senior Associate of Merrimack College’s Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations, and Faculty Associate in Interfaith Relations at Hartford Seminary.  After earning an A.B. from Harvard University (1971) and an M.T.S. from Harvard Divinity School (1976), Landau made aliyah (immigrated) to Israel in 1978.  A dual Israeli-American citizen, his work has been in the fields of interfaith education and Jewish-Arab peacemaking.  He directed the Oz veShalom-Netivot Shalom religious peace movement in Israel during the 1980’s.  From 1991 to 2003, he was co-founder and co-director of the Open House Center for Jewish-Arab Coexistence in Ramle, Israel.  (See the Web site www.friendsofopenhouse.org

He lectures internationally on Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations and Middle East peace issues, has authored numerous journal articles, co-edited the book “Voices from Jerusalem: Jews and Christians Reflect on the Holy Land” (Paulist Press, 1992), wrote a Jewish appraisal of Pope John Paul II’s trip to Israel and Palestine in 2000 for the book “John Paul II in the Holy Land: In His Own Words” (Paulist Press, 2005), and authored a research report entitled “Healing the Holy Land: Interreligious Peacebuilding in Israel/Palestine” (United States Institute of Peace, Sept. 2003, accessible at www.usip.org/reports).

At Hartford Seminary, Prof. Landau directs an interfaith training program for Jews, Christians, and Muslims called “Building Abrahamic Partnerships” (see www.hartsem.edu or e-mail ylandau@hartsem.edu).