2012-2013 Academic Year
- Shay Rabineau: Israeli Hiking Trails as Articulations of National Identity
- Sarah Hirschhorn: Rabbi Shlomo Riskin and the Jewish-American Making of Efrat
- Emily McKee: Water Governance and the Politics of Scale: Middle-Eastern Cross-Border Conservation
- Ilana Pardes: Agnon's Moonstruck Lovers: The Song of Songs in Israeli Culture
- Charles Asher Small: Is it Possible to Study Contemporary Antisemitism in the Academy Today?
- Dor Guez: On the Rose Art Museum Exhibition "100 Steps to the Mediterranean"
- Uri Zaki: The Mammoth in the Room - The Israeli Occupation; Facts, Myths, Politics and Narratives
- Asaf Romirowsky: Refugee Relief - The Quakers and the Arab-Israeli Conflict
- Ute Deichmann: The Difficult Beginning of Israeli-German Scientific Cooperation
- Pnina Lahav: The American Identity of Golda Meir
Schusterman Scholars Seminar
The Schusterman Center's bi-monthly Scholars Seminar on Israel Studies provides a multi-disciplinary forum for our doctoral students, faculty and related community to deepen the scholarship in the field.
By invitation only, interested participants are welcome to submit an online request to attend any or all of our upcoming seminars:
- Yehudah Mirsky, NEJS and Schusterman Center Visiting Professor
"The Multiple Modernities of Rav Kook"
March 1, 2013
- Sariel Birnbaum, Schusterman Visiting Israeli Professor, SUNY Binghamton
"Image of the Jew in Arab Historical Cinema"
March 15, 2013
- Edwin Seroussi, Professor of Musicology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
"Jo Amar: A Western Israeli Artist"
April 5, 2013