- Israel in Translation
- Kol Cambridge
- Streetwise Hebrew
- Tel Aviv Review
- The Promised Podcast
In this very special holiday Turducken of a podcast, we’ve stuffed into our own carcass an interview that Allison did for the Haaretz Weekly podcast with Noah and his comrade-in-politics Inbal Orpaz on why they are running for city council and what they stand for
Jerusalem is, at the same time, the most segregated and most integrated urban area in Israel/Palestine. What lessons can be drawn from the city's experience?
We discuss: 1) Why Israel's high cost of living has zero-zilch-nada impact on our politics 2) What we’re feeling contemplatively remorseful about, in politics, this Elul month of contrition
Professor Oren Yiftachel discusses more than a decade of his scholarship on colonial regimes, identities and futures in Israel and Palestine through the lens of geography and urban planning
We discuss: 1) The new “extremist moderates” emerging in Israel and what they augur 2) What it is like for kids living through the tumult and angst of Israel in 2023
Prof. Daniel Bar-Tal discusses his new book, “Sinking into the Honey Trap: The Case of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.” How can social psychology contribute to our understanding of a conflict that never ends?
Abbot Nikodemus Schnabel, the head of Jerusalem's Dormition Abbey, in conversation about Christian life in Israel, the nature of interfaith dialogue, the role of religion in diplomacy and conflict resolution, and more