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Patterns of Protest in Hebrew Culture

last modified May 29, 2014 10:46 AM

The first Cambridge graduate conference in Modern Hebrew took place on Tuesday, 6th May, 2014. Organised by Zehavit Zaslansky, PhD Student in Middle Eastern Studies, and Dr Yaron Peleg, Kennedy Leigh Lecturer in Modern Hebrew Studies, the event "Patterns of Protest in Hebrew Culture: Memory Agents and Representation" centred on the role of protest in Hebrew culture, and included presentations by young researchers from the UK and Israel, as well as a talk by artist Michael Druks.

 

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