Room 502 Beit Maiersdorf, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Mon, 08/05/2017 - 12:30 to 16:00
Opening: Prof. Dan Miodownik, Academic Director, the Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Speakers: Prof. Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, the Faculty of Law (Institute of Criminology) and the School of Social Work and Public Welfare, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Dr. Sarai Aharoni, Gender Studies, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Ms. Siri Levinas with Ms. Yahaloma Zchut, Women Wage Peace. Prof. Yifat Bitton, Faculty of Law, College of Management and the Hebrew University
Yvgeny Yanvosky will present his paper: "Precise and War"
Jonathan Grossman will be the discussant for this presentation.
In my research I try to uncover the unique way in which the ability to precise shapes the modes and conducts of war. I show, that by its constant improvement and development, precision become a critical factor in a political process, and by this way has its influence in a way people run wars.
The Writing Translation, workshop focuses on texts written around and following the third meeting of the Sophie Davis Learning Community on Translation, Gender, and Conflict Resolution. The texts focus on the translation processes in which we are involved, focusing on the ways in which traditions, languages, and individuals’ social locations impact (and are impacted by) translation processes, as well as the translation practices themselves.
Conceptual Opening and Chairing: Dr. Tal Nitsán, The Sophie Davis Forum on Gender, Conflict Resolution and Peace, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Speakers: Adv. Anat Tahon, Itach-Maaki: Women Lawyers for Social Justice Dr. Limor Meoded Danon, The Martin Buber Society of Fellows, The Hebrew University Ms. Maytal Strul, Adva Center for Information on Equality and Social Justice in Israel Adv. Rawia Aburabia, Faculty of Law, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
An international conference of The Leonard Davis-Institute and Mitvim - The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Policies that discussed the dynamics, challenges and opportunities of the Arab peace initiative, which was first introduced in 2002 and has yet to receive an official Israeli response.
Speakers included scholars, practitioners, politicians and diplomats March 21, 2017, Hebrew University, Jerusalem