Fall 2021

Thursday, October 14, 2021, 4:00 PM

THE LIAR: ON LOVE AND OBSESSION
Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, Clinical psychologist and award-winning author

Ayelet Gundar Goshen will speak about her recent book The Liar. What happens when a lie we tell gains momentum and spins out of control?  With propulsive energy, dark humor, and deep insight, The Liar reveals the far-reaching consequences of even our smallest choices, and explores the hidden corners of human nature to reveal the liar, and the truth-teller, in all of us.

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Live online multi-media presentation with Q&A session with the audience. 
Free Admission.  Open to the Public.

 

Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 4:00 PM

HOUSE ON ENDLESS WATERS
Emuna Elon, Critically acclaimed novelist, journalist, and women’s activist

Bestselling novelist Emuna Elon speaks about the impacts of the revelations of our past on our present. She will discuss her most recent novel, concerning WWII and her family place in the Netherlands, and the reasons why the survival of past times continue to emerge in our survival in the present.

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Live online multi-media presentation with Q&A session with the audience. 
Free Admission.  Open to the Public.

 

Thursday, November 18, 2021, 8:00 PM

THE FOREIGN MOTHER TONGUE: WRITING BETWEEN ARABIC AND HEBREW IN ISRAEL/PALESTINE
Sayed Kashua, prominent author, screenwriter, and journalist

Sayed Kashua is author of three well-received novels, the creator of the hit Israeli TV series, “Arab Labor,” and was a long time columnist for the Hebrew-language daily Haaretz. Through his writing he opens up new and unusual conversations about Arab identity, Palestinian identity, and Israeli identity and explores what it means to sit at a point of intersection between them.

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Live online multi-media presentation with Q&A session with the audience. 
Free Admission.  Open to the Public.