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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Holy Site, Holy Month


Prof. Daniella Talmon-Heller discusses how and why practices of pilgrimage and temporal rituals evolved in the first few centuries of Islam's existence


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 2021-04-19  43m
 
 

When Politics Got Nasty


How did America’s political culture move from civil disagreement to visceral rage? In , Noam Gidron, James Adams and Will Horne argue that intense, emotional partisanship is distinct from routine ideological differences, and possibly more...


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 2021-04-12  32m
 
 

My Country, ‘Tis of Thee, Right or Wrong?


Is love of country a blessing or a menace? Can a citizen of the world embrace universal values but also love one's country? Professor Steven B. Smith defends - and rebuilds - American patriotism as an antidote to America's upheavals.


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 2021-04-05  37m
 
 

Occupation: The Law Gives and the Law Takes Away


Michael Sfard, one of Israel's leading human rights lawyers, chronicles the lives and legal struggles of people who fight Israel's occupation policy with its very own legal tools


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 2021-03-29  35m
 
 

Israeli Democracy: Going, Going Gone?


Why is Israel hacking away at its own democratic institutions and values? The assault on the judiciary, primacy of the majority at the expense of minorities, loyalty as a litmus test, corruption and illiberalism - are these Israel's destiny?


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 2021-03-22  42m
 
 

Each Country – Populist in Its Own Way?


Julius Rogenhofer identifies the causes and consequences of populist-driven democratic erosion in Turkey, India and Israel, shaped by each state's social, ethnic and religious divisions


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 2021-03-15  33m
 
 

Brothers From Another Mother?


Rabbi Dr Tal Sessler discusses his forthcoming book, “Leibowitz and Levinas: Between Judaism and Universalism”


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 2021-03-08  36m
 
 

The Arab Vote – Is There Such a Thing?


Dr Arik Rudnitzky analyzes the changing voting patterns in the Arab community ahead of Israel's fourth general election in two years


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 2021-03-01  37m
 
 

A Rainbow of Complexities in Palestine


Why is the LGBTQ global movement intensely invested in the Palestinian cause, and when does a social movement grow or plateau? Sa'ed Atshan asks and answers these questions in “Queer Palestine and the Empire of Critique.”


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 2021-02-22  37m
 
 

Idiomatic Expression


When Robert Berman, an American Jewish immigrant to Israel began studying Arabic, he didn't stop until he had written a book full of idioms. Together with language expert Christy Bandak as editor, the linguistic duo wrote , in which they explain...


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 2021-02-15  39m