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Hebrew University of Jerusalem Bernard Cherrick Center for the Study of
 Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel


Symposia, Conferences, and Workshops

  • 2 November 2006
    50th Anniversary of the Sinai War


  • 17 May 2007
    30 Years to the Political Turning Point (Mahapach)


  • 20 May 2008
    Israel's 60th Anniversary: Vision and Reality

Herzl Fellows' Workshop 2008-2009

  • 12/11/08
    Michal Kravel: Rite of Passing: Orthodox Conversion in Israel.


  • 3/12/08
    Noga Buber-Ben David: Gypsies in Jerusalem: Inhabitants of the Margin of the City.


  • 24/12/08
    Ezra Har: The factors that determine elderly participation in the long - term care insurance program in Israel.


  • 14/1/09
    Netanel Fisher: Conversion as a State Function: The involvement of a Democratic Nation-State in Conversion: The case of Israel.


  • 4/3/09
    Orna Ehrlich: A feminist economical entrepreneurship: Independent settlers in the 1882-1914 settlements.


  • 25/3/09
    Naomi Cohn Zentner: The Singing of Zemiroth Shabbath among Religious-Zionist: Ashkenazim in Israel.


  • 22/4/09
    Amalia Kedem: Contemporary Ashkenazi Liturgical Music in Israel - Encounter of Traditions.


  • 13/5/09
    Lavi Shay: Historical-Cultural Geography and Photography: Jerusalem's Development as a Case Study.


  • 3/6/09
    Mati Shemoelof: A Monograph on Yakov Rabinovitch as a Cultural Critic 1910-1948.

Herzl Fellows' Workshop 2007-2008

  • 7 November 2007
    Nimrod Hagiladi: Israeli Society and the Black Market from World War II to the Early 1950s.


  • 28 November 2007
    Orna Ehrlich: A Feminist Entrepreneurship: Independent Female Settlers in the 1882-1914 Settlements.


  • 19 December 2007
    Michal Kravel-Tovi: (Ex)Change of Identity: The Subject and the State in Orthodox Conversion in Israel.


  • 27 February 2008
    Guy Ma'ayan: Israel in the Middle East: Conflict Management and Involvement in Arab States, 1954-1958.


  • 26 March 2008
    Hila Shalem Baharad: Low-Temperature Melting Pot: Inter-Ethnic Relations between Olim in the Maabarot Transit Camps.


  • 30 April 2008
    Lavi Shay: Historical-Cultural Geography and Photography: Jerusalem's Development as a Case Study.


  • 21 May 2008
    Ronen Mandelkern: How Ideas Affect Political Unemployment - Economy and Employment Policy in Israel.


  • 11 June 2008
    Rivka Neriya Ben Shahar: Haredi (Ultra-Orthodox) Women and Haredi Mass Media in Israel - Exposure Patterns Reading Behavior.

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