Tel Aviv Review

Showcasing the latest developments in the realm of academic and professional research and literature, about the Middle East and global affairs. We discuss Israeli, Arab and Palestinian society, the Jewish world, the Middle East and its conflicts, and issues of global and public affairs with scholars, writers and deep-thinkers.

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Antisemitism: Past and Present


Dr. Scott Ury and Prof. Guy Meron discuss their collected issue entitled “Antisemitism: Historical Concept, Public Discourse.”


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   39m
 
 

Dialectic of Catastrophe: The Holocaust and the Nakba


Dr. Bashir Bashir and Prof. Amos Goldberg discuss their edited volume, “The Holocaust and the Nakba: A New Grammar of Trauma and History”


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   42m
 
 

A Chronicle of Diplomacy


The Israeli Palestinian conflict is among the most prominent and complex foreign policy challenges for the European Union. Anders Persson looks at the evolution of EU policy towards the conflict through the EU’s own documentation.


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   35m
 
 

Ending Wars Peacefully


In his new book, Jeremy Pressman challenges the notion that violence is the best way to win concessions in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, or in the Israeli-Arab context more broadly.


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   41m
 
 

Living With Ghosts


Michal Ben Naftali's novel, “The Teacher,” examines memories of those who can never forget. People die, but their collective trauma lives on.


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 2020-09-14  40m
 
 

From Genetics To Eugenics


Prof. Amir Teicher, a historian at Tel Aviv University, discusses the cooptation of a seminal, 19th-century genetic theory by a climate of racial categorization several decades on.


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 2020-09-07  39m
 
 

Dark Rooms


Prof. Amos Morris-Reich discusses his book “Race and Photography: Racial Photography as Scientific Evidence 1876-1980,” exploring the meeting point between culture and science against the backdrop of racism


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 2020-08-31  40m
 
 

A Very Diplomatic Review


As part of our special series sponsored by the German government, the Tel Aviv Review hosts Germany’s Ambassador to Israel, Dr. Susanne Wasum-Rainer. The Ambassador discusses Germany’s vision at the start of its Presidency of the Council of the...


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 2020-08-24  32m
 
 

Disinformation Smells Bad


In “Calling Bullshit: The Art of Scepticism in a Data-Driven World,” co-authors Carl Bergstrom and Jevin D. West argue that people have the power to judge data critically and independently - and they teach us how.


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 2020-08-17  35m
 
 

Endangered Liberalism


Menny Mautner, Prof Emeritus of Law at TAU, analyzes the onset of the liberal agenda in Israel's political history, up to its precarious state at present


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 2020-08-10  47m