Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies | Israel at 75: Demography, Ethnicity & Identity
This event has been cancelled.
Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies Public Lecture
Israel at 75: Demography, Ethnicity & Identity
Professor Uzi Rebhun (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Sunday, 15 October 2023 7.30pm AEDT (Sydney time)
Mandelbaum House, 385 Abercrombie Street, Darlington, Sydney
In this lecture, Professor Uzi Rebhun, from the A Harman Research Institute of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will review the major population developments of the country including its changing size and composition (Jews vs. non-Jews), ethnic stratification, and the religious-secular rift. Prof Rebhun will discuss the effect of recent domestic reforms on Israel-Diaspora relations.
This is a free event and organised in partnership with Mandelbaum House and the Sydney Jewish Museum.
About the speaker
Uzi Rebhun is a Professor of Jewish Demography and Sociology, Shlomo Argov Chair in Israel-Diaspora Relations & Head, Division of Jewish Demography, The A. Harman Research Institute of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
For more information please contact Ms Vanina Vaisman-Levy.