Summer Program 2019 – Sacrifice in Israeli Literature

Posted by Rachel Korazim on August 4, 2019
Topics: Pardes Live and Mini-Series

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Life in Israel, unfortunately, has entailed the need to sacrifice one’s own life or that of beloved ones. From the early pre-state years to the latest literary reaction to terror, Israeli poets have expressed grief as well as criticism at the loss of young life. Works by, Shaul Tchernichovski, Haim Guri, Avraham Halfi, Arye Sivan, Asher Reich, Nathan Alterman and Eliaz Cohen will be brought into a mosaic reflecting a developing message over almost an entire century.

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This recording was part of the Pardes Summer 2019 Program. If you are interested in joining us next summer please visit www.pardes.org.il/summer-program for more details.

Credits:
Host and Faculty: Rachel Korazim
Executive Producer: Adam Titcher
Sound Editor and Co-Producer: Evan Feist

About Rachel Korazim

Rachel is an adjunct faculty member at Pardes. She is a freelance Jewish education consultant specializing in curriculum development for Israel and Holocaust education. Until 2008 she had been the Academic Director of Distance Learning programs at the JAFO Department of Education. Born in Israel, she had served in the I.D.F. as an officer in the central training base for women and was later, a member of the I.D.F. delegation to Niger (West Africa). She is a graduate of Haifa University with a Ph.D. in Jewish education. Rachel had a vast experience in Jewish education both in Israel and the Diaspora. As one of the founders and directors of a special program for soldiers from a disadvantaged background, she was responsible for creating the educational framework and training teachers for the implementation of the program. Click here to read more.

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