Submitted by Maria Mitchell, Professor of History, Chair of Judaic Studies
The Middle East/Islamic Studies Faculty Caucus (MEIS) and the Judaic Studies Program (JST) would like to announce a film series for the spring semester. We hope to see you there.
The Cultures Behind the Conflict: Israeli and Palestinian Narratives in Film
Two faculty members will briefly introduce each film before facilitating discussion following its screening. All films will be shown in Stahr Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
Ajami ~ Thursday, January 30
A thriller, Ajami revolves around five stories of everyday life in the eponymous religiously mixed community of Muslims and Christians in Tel Aviv.
Professors SherAli Tareen (RST) and Scott Lerner (ITA)
Paradise Now ~ Monday, February 17
Paradise Now tells the fictional tale of two prospective suicide bombers from the city of Nablus in the West Bank.
Professors Hoda Yousef (HIS) and Jennifer Kibbe (GOV)
Channels of Rage ~ Thursday, March 27
The documentary Channels of Rage profiles the music, friendship, and politicization of two young rap artists, an Israeli and a Palestinian.
Professors Sylvia Alajaji (MUS) and Matt Hoffman (HIS)
Co-sponsored by the Government Department, the International Studies Program, the Judaic Studies Program, the Klehr Center for Jewish Life, the Middle East/Islamic Studies Faculty Caucus, and the Theatre, Dance and Film Department.