Jewish Art as an Israeli Periphery

Acciones Plásticas in Fringes – Jewish Art as an Israeli Periphery שוליים – אמנות יהודית כפריפריה ישראלית by David Sperber The publication “Fringes – Jewish Art as an Israeli Periphery” is a continuation of a series of publications published under the auspices of the Leiber Center of Bar-Ilan University. The series focuses on research and documentation of…

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Berlin’s Eruv Talk

I will be presenting Berlin’s Eruv at KAM Isaiah Israel, as part of their World Jewry Program, this Sunday, November 8th. The lecture is open to the public. video still from interview with Moshe Or In 2008 I traveled to Berlin as part of exchange program with my University. Prior to this visit, I had never…

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Artista disléxica del Internet

Por David Sperber en Ma’arav Israeli Arts and Culture Magazine Traducción de Gonzalo Escobar (de Traducción de Shlomit Nehorai) Maya Escobar es sin ninguna duda una de las personas más de moda en el desarrollo del arte judío-estadounidense. Escobar se define como “artista disléxica del Internet”. Y para ver su trabajo uno no necesita ir muy lejos.…

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1000 Rabbis Call On Obama

Time to Choose Peace A Rabbinic Letter to President-Elect Barack Obama Rabbis, Cantors, and Jewish clerical students: Join your colleagues in urging President-elect Obama to make resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict a top priority of the incoming administration by signing on to the statement below. Current List of Signers Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) DONATE to support media…

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