Fri, 27 March 2015
Protecting Jews in interwar Europe
Prof. Carole Fink, a historian at Ohio State University in the US, tells us about how Europe's Jews fit into the numerous minority protection schemes that emerged on the continent in the interwar period, and about the road to their catastrophic breakdown.
The individual and the social in psychoanalysis
Prof. Uri Hadar of the School of Psychological Sciences at Tel Aviv University talks about his book Psychoanalysis and Social Involvement: Interpretation and Action, which seeks to address an ongoing tension between psychoanalysis and fellow social sciences.
Duffy - Warwick Avenue
Fri, 20 March 2015
The birth of the cosmopolitan Jew
Prof. Sander Gilman, who teaches history at Emory University in the US, is an extremely prolific academic with a vast spectrum of fields of expertise. He discusses his latest study, cleverly entitled "Aliens vs Predators: Cosmopolitan Jews vs Jewish Nomads."
The unwitting standard-bearers of Judaism
Prof. Renee Levine Melammed, a senior faculty member at the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, shares with us her insights from her momentous study about the history of crypto-Jewish women in Spain under the Inquisition.
Radiohead - Just
Mon, 16 March 2015
Tues. 9-11PM (Israel); 3-5PM (EST); 12-2PM (PT)
Join TLV1 anchors Ilene Prusher and Gilad Halpern for LIVE coverage of Israel's election madness as the exit polls come out and the votes begin to be counted.
We'll have TLV1 & Haaretz correspondents at the major campaign headquarters and special reports on the issues facing Israeli voters.
Weds. 7AM (Israel); 1AM (EST); 10PM (PT)
Listen to our special LIVE election panel of Noah Efron, Debra Kamin, and Gil Troy putting together the pieces of the jigsaw as the Israeli election results come in - that's when the political game really begins in the race to form a coalition.
Tune in LIVE at www.tlv1.fm
Sun, 15 March 2015
More than moneylending: The economic history of the Jews
Economist Zvi Eckstein of the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya offers an original and compelling explanation of the demographic meanders of the Jewish people in the common era.
Israeli conscientious objectors: Torn between values and struggle for survival
Dr. Erica Weiss, Tel Aviv University anthropologist and author of Conscientious Objectors in Israel: Citizenship, Sacrifice, Trials of Fealty, tackles the concept of conscientious objection in Israel – a democratic society that honors the freedom of conscience while fighting for its survival.
Liron Amram - Hashachar
Wed, 4 March 2015
The story of Jerusalem's legendary headmistress
Prof. Laura Schor, a historian at Hunter College and author of The Best School in Jerusalem: Annie Landau's School for Girls, discusses the character of Annie Landau, a high-profile public figure in Jerusalem during one of its most tumultuous periods.
The Old Testament in early American political thought
Dr. Eran Shalev of the University of Haifa, author of American Zion: The Old Testament as Political Text from the Revolution to the Civil War, traces the theological and ideological origins of the special relationship between Israel and America.
The Stone Roses - Love Spreads