The Section of Iberian and Latin American Studies The Latin American Unit at the Truman Institute Cordially invite you to the Lecture
Ecos of the Financial Crisis of 2008 in Recent Latin American Literature
Prof. Dieter Ingenschay Humboldt University of Berlin
Prof. Dr. Dieter Ingenschay is a world renowned expert in postdictarorial Hispanic Literatures, Gender, Masculinity and Gay Studies, Metropolis and Literature. He has acted as President of the German Hispanic Society (1998-2003) and is Recipient of la Orden de Isabel la Católica (2008).
נארח את המרצה יעקב רוזן, השגריר לשעבר בירדן. רוזן הוא השגריר החמישי בירדן, מאז חתימת הסכם השלום בין המדינות, בשנת 1994. רוזן שימש כממונה על קשרי החוץ בשגרירות בירדן, מיד לאחר כינון היחסים הדיפלומטים עם ירדן.
יו”ר הכנס הינו השגריר לשעבר, יורם שני, רכז מרכז אבא אבן לדיפלומטיה ישראלית במכון טרומן.
The strategic environment of the East Asian region is undergoing rapid change - There is a rising risk of short-termed destabilization and the outbreak of local conflicts.
The conference will address the burning security issues in the East Asian region : - Japan’s Regional Security - Militarization of the South China Sea - The Situation on the Korean Peninsula - Tensions in the East China Sea and the Taiwan Strait - Cyber security and Regional Security issues
Round Room, 4th floor, Truman Institute, Mt. Scopus
Adam Ahmed was born in Darfur, Sudan. He was displaced in 2003, and spent three years in Cairo, coming to Israel in 2008. He has since worked with the African community in south Tel Aviv at the Wadi Hawar center.
The Truman Institute library, The Hebrew university of Jerusalem, Mt. Scopus
2:00pm to 4:30pm
The institute researchers, Dr. elie freidman and Prof. Dalia Gavrieli-Nuri, will launch their new book ""Israeli Discourse and the West Bank: Dialectics of Normalization and Estrangement", which will deal with the conversation of the West bank, Judea and Sumaria and territories.
Abba Eban Hall, Truman Institute, The Hebrew university of Jerusalem, Mt. Scopus
Tue - Thu, Jan 14 to Jan 16, 2:00pm - 6:30pm
Multicultural perspectives and discussions about race, reparation policies and affirmative action have produced heated debates about how to overcome legacies of slavery, embedded racist ideologies and on-going socio-economic disparities among people of different ethnic and racial backgrounds. At the same time, racial discrimination, xenophobia and hatred toward the other have become visible in people’s daily lives, as well as in public discourses and election campaigns.