Daniel Demeter

Daniel Demeter, author of Lens on Syria, was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. With a desire to travel and explore from a young age, he undertook several journeys abroad starting at age seventeen. During the next decade, he traveled independently to more than 35 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent, and Southeast Asia.

About Daniel Demeter

He found himself particularly captivated by Syria, developing a deep appreciation for the country’s rich culture, history, and archaeological heritage, and its kind and hospitable people. Daniel spent more than three years exploring the country in depth, combining his passion for photography with his desire to share the beauty of Syria with the world. He currently resides in San Luis Obispo with his wife and cat, pursuing a degree in cultural anthropology and maintaining a website dedicated to Syria’s cultural and historic sites.

Videos of Daniel Demeter

Dr. Joshua Landis discusses “Lens on Syria” with author and photographer, Daniel Demeter.

Books

March, 2015 Foreign Affairs Palestine: The Legitimacy of Hope” a review by John Waterbury of “Palestine: The Legitimacy of Hope” by Richard Falk

July 28, 2014 Jadaliyya “Joint Declaration by International Law Experts on Israel’s Gaza Offensive,” initiated and signed by Richard Falk, author of Palestine: The Legitimacy of Hope

July 22, 2014 Guernica “The Time Has Come,” by Richard Falk, author of Palestine: The Legitimacy of Hope

July 21, 2014 Truth-Out “Blood on American Hands: Richard Falk on Palestine” featuring Richard Falk, author of Palestine: The Legitimacy of Hope

July 21, 2014 Al Jazeera America “The propaganda war over the Gaza Crisis” by Richard Falk, author of Palestine: The Legitimacy of Hope