Lecture Series (Thinking Out of the Box on Israel/Palestine) (University of Illinois Chicago)

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This lecture series is very smartly put together. Open to “civil” dialogue, it’s state of the art in left-liberal Jewish Studies concerning Israel and Palestine. Kudos to University of Illinois at Chicago.

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Zachary Braiterman is Professor of Religion in the Department of Religion at Syracuse University. His specialization is modern Jewish thought and philosophical aesthetics. http://religion.syr.edu
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4 Responses to Lecture Series (Thinking Out of the Box on Israel/Palestine) (University of Illinois Chicago)

  1. Out of one box and into another

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    > From: Jason Rovito > Date: March 12, 2017 at 7:34:20 PM EDT > To: Gad Horowitz > Subject: Re: [New post] Scenes from the New York Antiquarian Book Fair > > wow. talk about allowing the label level to interfere with your eyesight. there were over 400 booths there, almost half of them filled exclusively with pre-1800 materials. the gentleman might also need to appreciate that the very word antiquarian stretches as the world keeps turning. anything older than 100 years old is technically antiquarian. (wasn’t that benjamin’s whole point about natural history?). of course: it doesn’t matter. nobody showed up to our friday show anyways. (and, of course, it doesn’t matter in the bigger picture; since the game is far from over at this point; we’re just playing out the slow after-effects of the End that already happened). yada yada blah blah.. > > of course: all that horseshit aside: i hope you’re doing well.. i do miss those years from before.. > > best, ja > >>

    • zjb says:

      Please no offense as none was meant. I was speaking tongue in cheek. I love the ABA and have been going to shows for years. I like everything, the old stuff and the new, but my own eye goes to the modern and to modernism. Hope you had a good fair.

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