Tag Archives: Politics

Migration Stories

PhD student and scholarship winner Yoav Duman explains how his personal history led to an interest in immigration studies.

Ruth Calderon’s Textual Revolution

Her first Knesset speech became an internet sensation. Find out more about Dr. Ruth Calderon and her textual revolution.
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Israel: Dynamic Society / Global Flashpoint

MWF 11:30-12:20pm, N. Pianko, N. Sokoloff, J. Migdal & P. Burstein This survey introduces the people, institutions, and culture of Israel in the context of larger global forces.

A “Just” Agenda-Simon Greer

Clips from a lively chat about politics and religion with Simon Greer and Professor David Domke.

Gender in Israel – A Field Guide

A round up of useful media and scholarly publications.

Israel’s Rosa Parks Moment

A discussion of the recent debates on gender and the role of religion in Israeli politics.
Nigel Savage

Time to Get Hungry

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Teaching Bible in Lebanon

The complexity of human beings undermines the supposed tidiness of politics. Last summer during my first trip to Israel, my interactions with individuals placed into question my naive trust in political claims.