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Dr. Liora Halperin, assistant professor of History and Jewish Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder, tells host Gilad Halpern about the ideological as well as the practical aspects of the inculcation of the Hebrew language in pre-state Israel.
Omri Grinberg, an anthropologist at the University of Toronto, talks about his research that focuses on the ethnography of the so-called Palestinian “children of the junction” – teenage boys from the West Bank who slip into Israel to work as peddlers.
Ester Rada – Feeling Good
Matti Caspi – Eliezer Ben Yehuda
Arrested Development – Mr. Wendal