May

12 2016

Complex Images of Peace and Hope - Dr. Rachel Korazim

6:00PM - 8:00PM  

Tarbut V'Torah Day School (Upper School Library)
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Irvine, CA 92603

Contact Arie Katz
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Akatz@occsp.org
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Complex Images of Peace and Hope - Dr. Rachel Korazim


Three Yehuda Amichai poems will start our exploration of images of peace in Israeli poetry at times when peace is a mere wish at best. As each of these poems uses a very different metaphorical backdrop, we hope for a lively discussion.

Program is free to the public, with registration prior to May 5, 2016

 

The three songs/poems Rotblit's - Shir Lashalom, Dorit Tzameret's - The Wheat Grows Again, and Haspri's "The Winter of 73" will offer a unique point of view as both are written in a conversational tone with those who died and about them. Peace has not yet been experienced or defined, it seems all one can hope for is just something that comes after the war...
 
We will conclude with a smile with the reading of Ronny Somek's:  "Peace"

Dr. Rachel Korazim has vast experience in Jewish education both in Israel and the Diaspora, and teaches Holocaust related topics as well as Israel Diaspora relations and current Israeli literature. Born in Israel, she served in the I.D.F as an officer in the central training base for women and was later a member of the I.D.F delegation to Niger (West Africa). She is a graduate of Haifa University with a PhD in Jewish education. Until 2008 she was the Academic Director of Distance Learning programs at the Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI) Department of Education.


Falafel Dinner catered by Blueberry Hill is $10/pp for TVT parents/faculty/staff/students and CSP Members ($18 general public) with registration prior to May 5th, 2016

Sponsor: Community Scholar Program (CSP) and Tarbut V' Torah (TVT)