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Israel@75

A series of conversations that celebrate, reflect on, and explore the dynamics of the North American Jewish relationship with Israel.

This year marks 75 years since Israel’s independence, a peak moment in Jewish history that resonates for Jews worldwide.

Even as we celebrate the establishment of the Jewish democratic state, we are aware of the challenges and losses that come with sovereignty. How do we relate to these challenges as North American Jews? When do we feel proximate to Israel and when do we feel more distant? How do we celebrate our joy and connection authentically from afar, while also acknowledging the questions, anxieties, and disappointments that we might feel?

Join the Shalom Hartman Institute for a series of conversations that celebrate, reflect on, and explore the dynamics of the North American Jewish relationship with Israel, diverse perspectives on religious Zionism, and much more, at locations across New York and virtually.

Top Hartman scholars. Guest speakers from Israel and North America. Rich, dynamic, thoughtful dialogue.

Join the conversation.

In-Person Events

Virtual Events

Perspectives

Jun 12, 2024

Younes Nazarian Memorial Lecture of the UCLA Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies on Yom Ha'atzmaut.

Jun 12, 2024

Multiple efforts in Jewish sovereignty have self-destructed after 75 years. Can Israel defy history — again?

Jun 12, 2024

This government can’t be changed, but the foundations can be laid for a broad, new social coalition with a different vision for Israel.

Jun 12, 2024

Where do those committed to Israel’s future go from here?

Jun 12, 2024

I’ve been part of the Israeli story for too long to despair – sooner or later, this coalition of destruction will unravel.

Jun 12, 2024

How have Israel's poets expressed the mission and vision for Israel as a State for the Jewish people and as a Jewish State?

Jun 12, 2024

Yossi Klein Halevi, Sarah Hurwitz

A call for North American Jews to stand for a Jewish and Democratic Israel

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