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MEETING THE OTHER

You can’t understand Israeli society without knowing the stories of its indigenous and minority communities. This course surveys non-Jewish minority groups in Israel, which have developed widely varying relationships with the State of Israel. We will strive to attain a deeper understanding of the experience of these communities in Israel, their identities, the intricacies of their relationship with the Jewish state and what that relationship says about Israeli society.
 

The course is for anyone of any age who is curious to learn about other cultures and identities.

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TEACHING METHOD

The four sets of Zoom lecture series will consist of a talk by me providing the historic context, a community representative discussing their personal narrative and work on behalf of that community, relevant articles sent out prior to each meeting and an opportunity for offline dialogue.

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TEACHING METHOD

The four sets of Zoom lecture series will consist of a talk by me providing the historic context, a community representative discussing their personal narrative and work on behalf of that community, interaction between the speaker and participants, relevant articles sent out prior to each meeting and an opportunity for offline dialogue.

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REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT

Participants can register a spot by email and pay lecture fees via PayPal. If you do not have PayPal, contact me for other options. Each introductory lecture is free. Fees are $24 for individual lectures; you can also sign up for a series of 3 meetings for the price of 2 ($48), or 4 series for the price of 3 ($144).