Events & Publications — Living Together

Events & Publications — Living Together

Symposium — Jewish / Zionist Resistance to 1948 Expulsions?

Between the end of 1947 and the beginning of 1949, approximately 770,000 Palestinians were expelled from the area which later became the state of Israel. These refugees constituted about 85% of the Palestinian population who lived in the area prior to the expulsions. The historiographical accounts of these events – whether those written by Zionist

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Research Workshop – Spaces of Living Together – December 23-24, 2014

The workshop elaborated the themes of “Spaces of Living Together: Control, Resistence, Partnership” by bringing together scholars and activists from various disciplines, institutions and fields of knowledge and action, for two intensive days of lectures and discussions.

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Symposium: Temple Mount in a Jewish State: History, Politics and Political Theology

The first symposium in a new project: visual research of photographic representations of Temple Mount

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New Publication: Indigeneity and exile in Israel/Palestine (Edited Volume, in Hebrew)

Editor: Shaul Seter
The Living Together group, Minerva Humanities Center, Tel Aviv University, 2014

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Symposium: Jewish-Democratic/Muslim-Democratic: Religion and State in the Contemporary Middle East

Tuesday, June 17th 2014, 16:00-19:30, room 280 at Gilman Building, Tel Aviv University

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Lecture Series — From Settlers to Natives?

A lecture series organized by the Living Together research group at the Minerva Humanities Center, March 2014

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International Conference — Are Modern Societies Racist? Racism and Xenophobia in Israel and Europe Today

November 20-21, 2013

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International Conference — Citizenship, Equality and Civil Society – March 2013

March 4-6, 2013, Jerusalem

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