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All sessions are offered in both Hebrew and English

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The session will start with a partial reading of The City of Slaughter by H. N. Bialik – Bialik critics the behavior of the Jewish victims of the 1903 Kishinev pogrom and sets the ideological background and the call for Jewi...

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Due to the nature of commemoration rituals, many of the war poems have been set to music and became "holy texts" of civil ceremonies. They are broadcasted on the radio, sung in public as well as in intimate gatherings, and w...

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With war becoming part of everyday reality in Israel, critic will not be far behind the songs of glory and mourning:

Al Zot by Nathan Alterman will start us off by looking at the issue of war ethics. Hanoch Levine's controver...

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From the earliest days of Israel's war of independence popular songs sung by professional artists as well as the fighting troops, have expressed the longing for a peaceful outcome and happy reunions with loved ones. In this...

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Three Yehuda Amichai poems will start our exploration of images of peace in Israeli poetry at times when peace is a mere wish at best. As each of these poems uses a very different metaphorical backdrop, we hope for a lively...

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Among the many beautiful literary works created in Israel, there are a few that acquired an iconic position. Of those, Alderman’s: “The Silver Platter”, is in a unique position as the ritual text of commemoration for soldier...

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As we approach the 70th anniversary of the state of Israel – it may be worthwhile to explore those historical pre state days, when a few hundred thousand Jews, many of them Holocaust survivors, have taken upon themselves the...


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When thinking about the 1967 “Six Days War” retrospectively, there is often times a dichotomy between those who mainly remember a glorious victory, the unification of Jerusalem, the liberation of the Old City and the Wester...

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One the many ways to understand the complex spirit of 1967 is through the lens of two important books that where published immediately after the war. They can be viewed from afar, as representing the contrasting voices of th...

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