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Looking back on my many years of educational work in Israel and the Jewish world, it seems all I do is act as a go between, walking the seamline: listening, translating, and trying to bridge over differences. The following three sessions are the product of my experiences. They offer some personal as well as studied insights into the complex and fascinating relationships we share.

Based on my PhD dissertation that researched a model of Jewish education
in post-communist Hungary, we will look at the emerging Jewish communities
of Central and Eastern Europe. Stories of newly discovered Jewish identities
as well as m...

Based on reflections on over a 120 years of Jewish and Zionist history, this session explores early images of Israel in the eyes of Diaspora Jews as well as images of Diaspora from Israeli perspectives. The proximity of the Shoa to the b...

Since the end of WW2, world Jewry has had to grapple with the meaning of the Holocaust. Israel society is dealing with this question in its collective memory, education system, political and social life. This session will explore the dev...

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