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.
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Edifying Zionism: Richard Kaufman, a pioneering architect
2 days ago
Prof. Michael Levin is a historian of architecture at Shenkar College for Engineering, Art and Design, and co-editor of Richard Kaufmann and the Zionist Project. He discusses with host Gilad Halpern the life and works of the Jewish-German architect, who was hired in 1920 as the chief planner of the Zionist community and who single-handedly shaped the landscape of modern Israel. A launch event, complete with a tour of Jerusalem guided by Prof. Levin, is organized by the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute on Monday, September 26. Song: Ester Rada - Ata Pele 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.