In-depth, long-form interviews with scholars, writers, and thinkers about their work and ideas that make up the debate in and about Israel.

Dr Gabriel Noah Brahm, Northern Michigan University
Dr Gabriel Noah Brahm, Northern Michigan University
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“The Tel Aviv Review deals with all aspects of Israeli intellectual life, in an undogmatic spirit of free inquiry, showing everything the place has to offer in this area, across the spectrum.”
Martin Kramer, founding president, Shalem College, Jerusalem
Martin Kramer, founding president, Shalem College, Jerusalem
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“The Tel Aviv Review has become my indispensable companion on the road and an always provocative challenge to my own fixed ideas. This podcast is easily on the level of the best public radio interview shows in America. Kudos for making this unique contribution to the intellectual life of Israel.”
Prof Jeffrey Herf, University of Maryland
Prof Jeffrey Herf, University of Maryland
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“The hosts' probing questions revealed a sophisticated grasp of modern European history and politics, their intersection with the history of Israel and a welcome ability to listen to what I said and respond with thoughtful follow-up questions.”

Recent Episodes

The Comedy Network

Matt Sienkiewicz, Professor of Communication and International Studies at Boston College, discusses his new co-authored book, analyzing the reach and influence of openly right-wing comedians on old and new media in the United States

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The Left Behind

Avi Dabush, veteran social activist and Meretz politician, analyzes the origins of social inequalities in Israel and explains why the liberal left - despite everything - is the answer (albeit not always the Israeli left in its current form)

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Out of Africa

Dr. Naomi Shmuel discusses her book “Generations of Hope: Traditions and Intergenerational Transferal with the Transition from Ethiopia to Israel,” analyzing the hybrid identity of Israelis of Ethiopian descent across the generations

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About the Hosts

Dr. Dahlia Scheindlin

Dahlia is a public opinion expert and an international political and strategic consultant who has advised electoral and civil society campaigns in over a dozen countries, in especially in post-communist societies and transitional democracies in addition to five national campaigns in Israel. She has worked as a senior analyst for the Washington-based global polling firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research; the director of international campaigns at GCS Issue Management, and a researcher at the Israel Democracy Institute.

Gilad Halpern

Gilad is a journalist, broadcaster and media historian. He is also a founding co-editor of the Tel Aviv Review of Books magazine, an English-language online quarterly, and an Idit Fellow at the University of Haifa, researching the history of the Jewish press in Mandatory Palestine. Previously he was Managing Editor for Ynetnews and Assignments Editor for Haaretz English Edition. His work appeared on the BBC, Al Jazeera, Al Monitor, Time Out magazine, the Jewish Quarterly and the Jewish Chronicle.