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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What did the Crusaders ever learn from us?


What did the Crusaders ever learn from us? Dr. Jonathan Rubin, a historian of the Medieval Levant at Tel Aviv University, talks about how the crusaders' encounters with local societies - beyond the initial indignation - led to theological, economic,...


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 2015-02-19  52m
 
 

Middle-of-the-road Judaism: The emergence of Modern Orthodoxy


Middle-of-the-road Judaism Dr. Ephraim Chamiel, a lecturer and scholar of Jewish thought in the modern era, talks about his book, The Middle Way: The Emergence of Modern Religious Trends in Nineteenth-Century Judaism. Which Jewish philosophers...


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 2015-02-13  52m
 
 

Portrait of the father of a nation


Portrait of the father of a nation Prof. Anita Shapira, one of Israel's most eminent historians of Zionism, discusses her newly published biography of David Ben-Gurion, Israel's founding prime minister, with host Gilad Halpern. Hebrew literature and...


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 2015-02-06  1h3m
 
 

Requiem for a bygone Jewish-Arab coexistence


Requiem for a bygone Jewish-Arab coexistence Prof. Menachem Klein, a Middle East history professor at Bar-Ilan University, discusses his recent book Lives in Common: Arabs and Jews in Jerusalem, Jaffa and Hebron. Jewish-Arab common identity in...


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 2015-01-30  51m
 
 

Palestinian students and the struggle for nationhood


Palestinian students and the struggle for nationhood Dr. Ido Zelkovitz, a Middle East scholar at the University of Haifa, talks about his new book Students and Resistance in Palestine: Books, Guns and Politics, which explores the Palestinian...


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 2015-01-16  1h0m
 
 

How the Bible became holy


In 1948, Palestine saw Jewish refugees too Dr. Nurit Cohen Levinovsky, a historian and author of Jewish Refugees During the War of Independence, tells the story of the tens of thousands of Israeli Jews who became refugees during the War of...


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 2015-01-08  47m
 
 

You're in the army now: How Judaism fell back in love with the military


You're in the army now: How Judaism fell back in love with the military Prof. Stuart Cohen, a political scientist specializing in diplomatic and military history, explains how World War One - of all historical events - radically changed the attitude...


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 2014-12-29  50m
 
 

Why the Diaspora is good for the Jews


Why the Diaspora is good for the Jews Prof. Alan Wolfe, a political scientist at Boston College, explores why so few Jews in the West acknowledge their good fortune, and how their relationship to their home countries and to Israel evolves as the...


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 2014-12-12  42m
 
 

Political science: Early Israeli-German scientific exchanges


Political science: Early Israeli-German scientific exchanges Prof. Ute Deichmann, a historian of science at Ben Gurion University, tells us to what extent exchanges between Israeli and German scientists in the early years of the state paved...


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 2014-12-04  51m
 
 

Why the Internet didn't kill the TV star


Why the Internet didn't kill the TV star Jerome Bourdon, a professor of communications at Tel Aviv University, tell us about the evolution of the peoplemeter from a simple instrument accumulating data for commercial purposes to a matter of...


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 2014-11-28  52m