The Tel Aviv Review
About This Show
The Tel Aviv Review is the “Start-up Nation” of the humanities, showcasing the cutting-edge of the ideas that make up the debate in and about Israel. Every week, we host scholars, writers and thinkers for in-depth, longform interviews about their work.
Most Recent Episode
Who's World Heritage? De-politicizing Archaeology in Jerusalem
2 days ago
Yonathan Mizrachi, director of Emek Shaveh, a Jerusalem-based organization that undertakes to “prevent the politicization of archaeology in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and to protect ancient sites belonging to members of all communities, faiths and peoples,” talks politics and archaeology ahead of an event at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute on March 28 entitled "Heritage, Politics and Everything In-between: UNESCO in Israel and Jerusalem." This season of the Tel Aviv Review is made possible by The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, which promotes humanistic, democratic, and liberal values in the social discourse in Israel.