|29 October, 2012 |
| Hebrew University Calendar of Events, Nov. 4-9, 2012 |
|Lectures, musical performances and conferences are open to the public|
| Einstein on Azza: free public lectures and music on Azza street, November 9. See http://twitpic.com/b70nas/full for details. |
The following is the Hebrew University's Calendar of Events for the week of Nov. 4 – Nov. 9, 2012. All events are open to the public without charge unless otherwise noted.
Lecture (in Hebrew)
Date: 4 November 2012
Dental Implants and the Surgeon
Lecture (in Hebrew) by Dr. Eran Regev of the Hebrew University’s School of Dental Medicine; part of the “Why?” series of lectures and musical programs sponsored by the Hebrew University Authority for Community and Youth. No admission charge. Time: 17:00. Location: Wise Auditorium, Edmond J. Safra Campus (located in Givat Ram).
For details: http://outreach.huji.ac.il or 02-6586256
Lecture (in Hebrew)
Date: 5 November 2012
The New Anti-Semitism in France, in light of the Toulouse murders
Prof. Robert S. Wistrich , Head of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism, will speak about the new anti-Semitism in France after the Toulouse murders. Time: 10:30 a.m. Location: Room 400, Avraham Harman Institute of Contemporary Jewry, Mount Scopus campus of the Hebrew University.
For details: 02-5881002, 02-5882494
Date: 5 November 2012
Eliahu Shulman (violin), Shmuel Magen (cello) and Shlomi Shem-Tov (piano) will perform works by Schubert. Part of the Musicology Department's Monday Afternoon Concert Series in cooperation with The Dean of Students Office. Time: 1:15 p.m. Location: Room 2715, Humanities Building, Mount Scopus campus.
For details: 02-5883936
Public Lectures and Music
Date: 9 November 2012
Jerusalem: Einstein on Azza Street
The Hebrew University's top scholars join students and the public in a day of open lectures (in Hebrew) on current issues. Accompanied by live music, scholars will meet students and the wider community in the intimate setting of restaurants and other meeting places along vibrant Azza Street in the heart of the Rehavia neighborhood. All events are open to the public and free of charge. Topics include nanotechnology, global warming, social networks and Iran-Israel relations. Time: 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Location: Azza Street, Jerusalem. Full event list at http://twitpic.com/b70nas/full.
For details: 02-5882811
International Conference (in English)
Date: 6 - 8 November 2012
Mediating Peace: Reconciliation through Art, Music & Film
The 4th International Conference on Peace and Reconciliation will examine how the visual arts, music and film complement the work of governments and policy makers in the process of reconciliation and peace between people. Hosted by the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace and the Department of East Asian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in cooperation with the Theology and Religious Studies Department, York St John University. Sponsored by Youngnak Presbyterian Church in Seoul. Location: Truman Institute and the Maiersdorf Faculty Club, Mount Scopus campus of the Hebrew University. Time: every day from 9 a.m.
For details 02-5882329/17
Date: Sunday through Thursday until end of February 2013
Pixel’s Habitat: from Code to Line
An interactive, two-dimensional installation by Reuven Zahavi that brings together art and science, with visitors to the exhibit participating in a new virtual creation that is shown on the gallery’s walls and floors. Curator: Michal Mor. Design & production: Ron Yosef. Location: Max and Iris Stern Gallery (small gallery) and Bloomfield Library, Mt. Scopus campus. No admission fee. Open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday-Thursday.
For details: 02-5882940 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Sunday through Thursday until 8 December 2012
Final Sale. The End of Jewish-Owned Businesses in Nazi Berlin
This exhibition has been successfully shown in New York and Berlin. Through the example of sixteen Berlin businesses it illustrates the process by which Jews were disenfranchised and their livelihoods destroyed. Location: Humanities building, Block 4 (Purple), Mount Scopus campus. Time: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday-Thursday.
For details: 052-5880135