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03/2012
The Israeli mainstream, which Heitner faithfully represents, must make a difficult choice between (at least) two alternatives....
By: Eitan Bronstein, Cornelia Siebeck
03/2012
A projective discourse about Israel/Palestine that is very much entangled with the past, however, is apparently not a specifically...
By: Zochrot-Badil
01/2012
We hope that whoever reads this will not treat it as a manual of return proposed by Badil and Zochrot, but rather as what it is:...
By: Cornelia Siebeck
01/2012
Incompabilities between contemporary German memory discourse(s) and Zochrot’s poltical agenda
By: Alon Confino \ Indiana University Press
2012
On a beautiful Mediterranean coast, in the newly-established state of Israel, one way of life violently and abruptly ended and a...
By: Eitan Bronstein. Photography: Eleonore
12/2011
As Walter Benjamin's History Angel, Israelis and many people in the world see the horrors pile rising to the sky and they want to...
By: Eitan Bronstein. Photography: Eleonore
12/2011
They tried to imagine their lives together when the Palestinian refugees returned. They did so with simple drawings accompanied by...
By: Eitan Bronstein. Photography: Galit Aloni
11/2011
In that fleeting moment when my eyes moved over the posters/faces/people, from one, to the next, thinking I may see my grandfather,...
By: Eitan Bronstein
10/2011
A Galley Talk with Dr. Orly Lubin and Dr. Yif’at Guttman
By: Hannah Mermelstein
09/2011
his study will focus solely on the 6,000 books with the “AP” designation, and aims to contribute to uncovering a...

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