Israel Has Moved

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Harvard University Press, Feb 28, 2013 - History - 223 pages
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Born in Europe’s shadow, haunted by the Holocaust, and inspired by the Enlightenment, Israel has changed. Where is this diverse and self-absorbed country heading today? How do its citizens see themselves, globally and historically? Israel Has Moved is a profound and sometimes unsettling account of a country that is no longer where we might think.
 

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Contents

Introduction
The Intergalactic Cafe or BenGurion Airport
The Two Roads to Jerusalem
The Lesson from East Talpiot
Rooted Utopias
The Aquarium
Between Memory and Memory Chip
Stargate
Israel Quo Vadis?
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