Israel and the Middle East
"Unorthodox" Meets "Broad City" in New Israeli TV Show
In "Chanshi," an Orthodox woman from Brooklyn goes to Israel to experience sexual freedom.
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A new play starring Annette Miller, BA '58, MFA'76, explores the decades-long controversy over performing the antisemitic composer's works.
Professor Yehudah Mirsky explores the messianism and political views of Israel's first Ashkenazi chief rabbi.
“Israeli TV has done a very good job of portraying human drama. There's just enough foreignness in them that they’re exotic but they’re still familiar.”
Scholar Shayna Weis
From 'Israeli TV Hits the Big Time'