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October 2022

Co-sponsoring: Five Elections in Three Years

October 26 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Free

The Center is pleased to co-sponsor this event hosted by the UNC Center for Middle East & Islamic Studies   Five Elections in Three Years: Inside the battle over Israeli Democracy Wednesday, October 26, 2022 | 1:00 -2:00 PM Virtual Webinar, UNC   On November 1, 2022, Israelis will go to the polls for the fifth time since 2019. What are the reasons for this upcoming election? Who are the parties and personalities running for a seat in the Knesset?…

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November 2022

“Breathing out violence:” Fake News and other dangerous speech in Ancient Israel

November 14 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Emerging Scholars Lecture with Emily Branton, department of religious studies. Remote event via Zoom. Registration will be required, please check back in early November for registration link. Monday, November 14, 2022, 5:30pm, remote event: Zoom Co-sponsored by: UNC Department of Religious Studies   “Breathing out violence:” Fake News and other dangerous speech in Ancient Israel In the era of social media, we are acutely aware of how dangerous a tweet, a sound bite, or a pernicious piece of medical misinformation…

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January 2023

No Fairy Tale

January 23, 2023 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Emerging Scholars Lecture with Joshua Shelly, Carolina-Duke German Program. Remote event via Zoom. Registration will be required. Please NOTE: early start time . Event details, including registration link, TBA in early 2023.   No Fairy Tale: German Zionism and the Politics of Literature In 1902, the father of modern Zionism, Theodor Herzl, published the German novel Altneuland (The Old-New Land). In the work, he depicted a future, model Jewish society in what was then Ottoman Palestine. Emblazoned on its title page, Herzl declared:…

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February 2023

A Galician Wedding: Yiddish Popular Culture

February 20, 2023 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Emerging Scholars Lecture with Oskar Czendze, department of history. Remote event via Zoom. Registration will be required. Event details, including registration link, TBA in early 2023.   A Galician Wedding: Yiddish Popular Culture and Regionalism in American Jewish Immigrant Life, 1910-1938 Between 1881 and 1910 more than 200,000 Jews left the Habsburg province of Galicia, a region that is today divided between southeastern Poland and western Ukraine. No longer living in the places of their childhood, they settled in urban…

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