Call for Proposals: Lexical Workshop – Political concepts of Protest – Knowledge, Action and Technologies

The Political Lexicon group at the Minerva Humanities Center at Tel Aviv University, and the “Science, Technology and Civilization” program at the Van-Leer Institute in Jerusalem invite scholars and research students to propose talks for a lexical workshop which will focus on political concepts of protest. The Workshop will take place on May 1-2, 2018

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Symposium: The Partition that was not – 70 years to the UN Partition Plan (Resolution 181)

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Course — The one and the Other. The Psychoanalytic Act. by Susanna Huller, 2017-2018

Course meetings will be held in Hebrew, on Sundays at 18:15: 5.11.17, 10.12.17, 7.1.18, 18.2.18, 18.3.18, 22.4.18, 6.5.18, 10.6.18. Lacan’s 1967-68 seminar, “The Psychoanalytic Act” will guide the course.

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Call for Participation: Academic professionalization from a critical perspective – A workshop for first generation in higher education research students

The Minerva Humanities Center in Tel Aviv University invites students to participate in a workshop for academic professionalization from a critical perspective. The workshop is intended for MA or first-year PhD research students in the humanities or the social sciences, who consider climbing the academic ladder. The workshop will combine guided reading in critical texts

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The 14th Lexical Conference for Critical Political Thought

The Political Lexicon research group at the Minerva Humanities Center invites you to the 14th lexical conference of critical political thought, which will take place on May 8th 2017, at Tel Aviv University. The talks will be delivered in Hebrew.

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Lexical Workshop: ‘Relative Value’ – Political concepts and their family relations

The Political Lexicon research group at the Minerva Humanities Center in Tel Aviv University is excited to invite you to the lexical workshop: ‘Relative Value’ – Political concepts and their family relations. The workshop will be held in Hebrew, on Monday, May 22nd 2017, in Tel Aviv University (Gilman Building, room 496). For further details see

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Symposium: Between Settlers and Residents in the Negev

The symposium will bring together scholars and activists representing or researching various communities of the Negev/Naqab: unrecognized Bedouin villages, lone farms, residents of development towns and more. The first session will focus on theoretical perspectives, the second on practical initiatives, for example: the demand to recognize the status of and grant privileges to the children of the

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Call for Applications: Post-doctoral fellowships in the “Humanities in Conflict Zones” research project, 2017

The Minerva Humanities Center is delighted to announce a new research project: Humanities in Conflict Zones. Four post-doctoral fellowships will be offered as part of this project. See further details on the rationale of the new project here and further details on the offered post-doctoral fellowships here (both in Hebrew and Arabic) The deadline for applications

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