The Tel Aviv Review
Dr. Yael Sternhell of Tel Aviv University analyzes the interplay between physical movement of populations and the redrawing of the social and political order.
Dr. Simon Parizhsky of Moscow’s Eshkolot Center busts a few myths about the “Dark Ages” of the Soviet Union and the “enlightenment” of the post-Communist era.
Dr. Karin Loevy and Dr. Yoav Mehozay discuss how states of emergency are far more prevalent than we’d like to admit, and the repercussions for democracy that this situation entails.
Professor Yehuda Shenhav of Tel Aviv University discusses how literary translations can outperform scholarship in bringing about positive social change.
Professor Emeritus of Judaic Studies Robert Goldenberg at Stony Brook University discusses the Jewish rituals of the Hellenistic and Roman periods, and why a practicing Jew today will unlikely recognize any of them.
Dr. Abigail Jacobson and Dr. Moshe Naor discuss their co-authored book “Oriental Neighbors: Middle Eastern Jews and Arabs in Mandatory Palestine.”
Orthodox rabbi, educator, and philosopher Dr. Sam Lebens talks about his eclectic borrowing from Jewish and Western traditions, and his inability to separate between the two.
Prof. Dov Waxman joins hosts Gilad Halpern and Dahlia Scheindlin to discuss how the divisiveness of President Trump is going to affect the already divided Jewish American community.