As part of its ongoing outreach activities, the UCLA Younes & Soraya Nazarian Center for Israel Studies will sponsor a one-day university for the general public on Sunday, March 10. “Israel in 3-D” will offer two panel discussions and four short courses on contemporary political, economic, and foreign affairs issues in Israel. There is a fee of $36 to attend the luncheon and keynote speech by Israeli journalist Natasha Mozgovaya, who has written extensively for Ha’aretz. RSVP required.
Between Regional Turmoil and Domestic Discord: Which Way Forward for Israel?
Israel, American Jewry, and American Foreign Policy: Tension in the 'Special Relationship'?
Music: Modern Music in an Ancient Land
History: The Origins of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Econ: Recent Developments in the Israeli Economy
Art: The Myth and Model of the 'Sabra' in Israeli Visual Culture
Natasha Mozgovaya, Chief US Correspondent for Ha'aretz, Israel's Leading Newspaper, 2008-2012
"The Israeli Elections: Deepening the Divide or Renewing the Social Contract?"
Note: The lunch buffet will include fish and vegetarian options
Program Free and Open to the Public with RSVP
Luncheon with Keynote Address: $36 per person; $20 Student with valid I.D (Advance payment required)
RSVP notice: Your course selections are requested in order to help with our planning; however, you will be able to change your selections at the One Day University.
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