Tel Aviv Review

The beneficiaries and victims of ‘Ashkenazi privilege’ in Israel – The Tel Aviv Review

Prof. Meir Amor discusses the principles of the Mizrahi struggle; Dr. Susan Nashman Fraiman discusses the evolution of candle-lighting practices in Ashkenaz.

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Le parti c’est moi: Ben-Gurion and Mapai party politics – The Tel Aviv Review

Dr. Avi Bareli talks about opposition to Ben-Gurion’s leadership from within his party; and Dr. Michal Aharony puts Hannah Arendt under the microscope.

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Multiculturalism in Israel: Literary Perspectives – The Tel Aviv Review

Dr. Adia Mendelson-Maoz discusses her exploration of multiculturalism in Israel; Prof. Lev Grinberg analyzes moments of resistance in Israel.

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The birth of a Zionist myth – The Tel Aviv Review

Dr. Ofer Nurdheimer Nur discusses the Zionist myth of Upper Bitania, and Ella Ben Hagay discusses narratives of the Conflict among the US diaspora.

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Terrorism in Cyberspace: The next generation – The Tel Aviv Review

Prof. Gabriel Weimann discusses the evolution of terrorism in cyberspace; Dr. Caroline Light talks about Jews in the American South, post-Reconstruction.

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Holy matrimony: Zion and the Diaspora in 20th century Jewish thought – The Tel Aviv Review

Prof. Yossi Turner explores the evolution of Zionism and the Diaspora; and Peter Moreira discusses his book, ‘The Jew who Defeated Hitler.’

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Protecting Jews in interwar Europe: How international law tried and failed – The Tel Aviv Review

We discuss how international law tried and failed to protect the Jews of interwar Europe, and the relationship of the individual to the social.

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The birth of the cosmopolitan Jew – The Tel Aviv Review

Prof Sander Gilman on his study “Aliens vs Predators: Cosmopolitan Jews vs Jewish Nomads,” and a look at crypto-Jewish women in Spain under the Inquisition.

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More than moneylending: The economic history of the Jews – The Tel Aviv Review

Economist Zvi Eckstein offers an original and compelling explanation of the demographic meanders of the Jewish people in the common era.

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