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Lecture: Israeli scholar Dr. Rachel Korazim on 50 Years Since Israel’s Six Day War: Addressing the Anxiety, Euphoria and Concern In Its Aftermath
February 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:45 pm
Description: When thinking about the 1967 Six Days War, we often face a dichotomy between those who mainly remember a glorious victory, the unification of Jerusalem, the liberation of the Old City and the Western Wall and those who focus on the fifty years of occupation, the controversy surrounding the settlements, and the seemingly endless Israel-Palestinian conflict. Israeli scholar Dr. Korazim redirects us l’chaim (back to life) through the spirit and the authentic voices of 1967 and their lingering impacts on our lives today.
Bio: Dr. Rachel Korazim, an internationally renowned Israeli scholar and curriculum consultant Israel and Holocaust education, who opens a window into Israeli society through the literature, poems and songs of Israel’s best writers.
Born in Israel, Dr. Korzaim had served in the I.D.F. as an officer in the central training base for women and later as a member of the I.D.F. delegation to Niger (West Africa). She is a graduate of Haifa University with a PhD in Jewish education. Dr. Korazim has a vast experience in Jewish education both in Israel and the Diaspora. As one of the founders and directors of a special program for soldiers from disadvantaged background, she was responsible for creating the educational framework and training teachers for the implementation of the program. Until 2008 she served as the Academic Director of Distance Learning at the Jewish Agency for Israel, Department of Education.
Since 1990 Dr. Korazim has invested a lot of her time and energy in helping the emerging Jewish schools of Hungary. Dr. Korazim also teaches at Israel’s well known learning centers including Pardes and the Shalom Hartman Institute, and lectures worldwide.
This event has a Google Hangouts video call.
- February 13
7:00 pm - 8:45 pm
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