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Simon Rabinovitch joins us to talk about Israel’s nation-state law and his volume Defining Israel: The Jewish State, Democracy and the Law—the origins, development, and ramifications of Israel’s nation-state law, how we can contextualize it, and try to understand its importance and meaning for the ongoing debates over the character of the state of Israel.

Simon Rabinovitch is an assistant professor at Boston University. In addition to Defining Israel, his books include Jewish Rights, National Rights: Nationalism and Autonomy in Late Imperial Russia, and the anthology Jews and Diaspora Nationalism, published as part of the Brandeis Library of Modern Jewish Thought.

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