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c.a.t.a.m.o.n. is a cultural organization based in Jerusalem. The group’s shows are based on and encourage diverse intercultural collaborations and creating intense body-to-place experience. This leaves a movement and conceptual imprint in the Jerusalem physical and nonphysical sphere, that can be dragged around the world.
Wednesday, September 16th
Israel Institute Visiting Professor Ehud Eiran (Haifa University) joins Professor Ron Hassner, the Helen Diller Family Chair in Israel Studies, for a conversation exploring Israel’s new alliance with China and what this might mean for geopolitics as we know it. This is the first in a series of talks examining Israel’s relationships with global powers.
Wednesday, October 21st
Samuel J. Levine, Director, Jewish Law Institute; Professor of Law Touro Law Center
Stephen Rosenbaum , Berkeley Law Lecturer and Disability Studies Scholar and Advocate will serve as discussant.
The biblical Joseph’s behaviors, interpersonal relationships, and personal development are often difficult to understand, and at times seem to defy explanation. Professor Samuel J. Levine’s book, Was Yosef on the Spectrum? (Urim Publications, 2019), offers a coherent and cohesive reading of the well-known Hebrew Bible story, presenting a portrait of Yosef (Joseph) as an individual on the autism spectrum. Viewed through this lens, Yosef emerges as a more familiar and less enigmatic individual, exhibiting both strengths and weaknesses commonly associated with autism spectrum disorder.
Wednesday, November 18th
DIASPORA-ISRAEL RELATIONS AND THE U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS: A CONVERSATION WITH DAVID HOROVITZ, FOUNDING EDITOR OF THE TIMES OF ISRAEL
David Horovitz joins us as the Morton and Amy Friedkin Scholar-in-Residence. In conversation with Sue Fishkoff, he will reflect on the potential ramifications of the U.S. presidential elections on diaspora-Israel relations and U.S.-Israel bilateral relations. He will also address other hot topics in the media as well as the role of the Times of Israel, as an English language newspaper, in covering the news in Israel.