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שימו לב – האירוע מתקיים בין התאריכים 16 – 18 במאי 2022,
ולא רק ב-16.5 כפי שצויין בטעות בתחילה

The Jacob Robinson Institute for the History of Individual and Collective Rights
Faculty of Humanities, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Jewish Questions and the Global South: Between Sovereignty and Human Rights

In-Person & Online International Conference

Jerusalem, May 16-18, 2022

Beit Mairsdorf Faculty Club, room 405, Mount Scopus

Monday, 16.5
14:15-15:00

Greetings and Opening Remarks
Nissim Otmazgin, Dean of Humanities, The Hebrew University
Aya Elyada, Head of the History Department, The Hebrew University
Rebekka Grossmann, The Hebrew University

Part I
Imperial Rule and Postcolonial Nationalism

Session 1: Colonial Framings: Algiers, Tunis and Baghdad
Chair: Iris Nachum, The Hebrew University
15:00-16:30

Amos Lim Wei Wang (University of Haifa): Baghdadi Middlemen in Asia –The Post-Imperial Experience
Jan Gerber (Leibniz-Institut für Jüdische Geschichte und Kultur –Simon Dubnow): The Perplexities of Anti-Colonialism –On Gillo Pontecorvo’s "Battle of Algiers" (1966)
Jakob Zollmann (Berlin Social Science Center): The Maghrebian Experience –Albert Memmi and the Highdays of Colonialism

16:30-16:45 Coffee Break

Session 2: Reflecting the Colonial
Chair: David Guedj, The Hebrew University
16:45-18:15

Yael Attia (University of Potsdam): Jewish Thought from the Global South –Encounter with Albert Memmi
Younes Yassni (University of Abdelmalek Essaadi): Lieu de mémoire and travail mémoire – Jewish Screenings in Post-independence Morocco
Yuval Tal (The Hebrew University): The1962 Jewish Exodus from Algeria –Social and Political Origins

Tuesday, 17.5

Session 3: Refuge and Mobility
Chair: Manuela Consonni, The Hebrew University
9.30-11:00

Chiara Renzo (University of Florence): Care and Relief –Libyan Jews and the International Refugee Regime
Dario Miccoli (Ca’Foscari University of Venice): ‘Congo, Tierra Prometida?’ –Jews of Rhodes between Holocaust and Decolonization
Sara Halpern (St. Olaf College): On Chinese Goodwill –Jews in Post-Treaty Port Shanghai

Coffee Break: 11:00-11:15

Part II
Jewish Politics and the Global South

Session 1: Humanitarianism in Colonial Contexts
Chair: Moshe Sluhovsky, The Hebrew University
11:15-12:45

Miriam Rürup (Moses Mendelssohn Center for European Jewish Studies): Jewish Questions at the UN: the Postwar-Conventions on Statelessness (1954 and 1961)
Julia Schulte-Werning (University of Vienna): A Panorama of Care– Jewish Medical Humanitarianism in North Africa
Jacob Eder (Barenboim-Said Akademie): “Boat People” –Jewish Refugee Aid in Southeast Asia

Lunch 12:45-13:45

Session 2: Jewish Internationalism and the “Third World”
Chair: Eli Lederhendler, The Hebrew University
13:45-15:15

Jaclyn Granick (Cardiff University): Jewish Women and Human Rights – The UN-System Reconsidered
Ludwig Decke (University of Wisconsin-Madison): Prolonging Empire – American Jews, Colonialism and the Post-Holocaust Global Order
Leonel Caraciki (Ben Gurion University): “Faith Worth Acting On” – The American Jewish Committee and “Third World” Politics

Coffee Break: 15:15-15:30

Session 3: A Jewish Nation in the New World Order
Chair: Rotem Geva, The Hebrew University
15:30-17:00

Thomas R. Prendergast (The Hebrew University): Indirect Rule and Imperial Reform – On Jewish Social Anthropologists
Laura Almagor (The University of Sheffield): Reinvention at Bandung – Jewish Territorialism’s Colonial Metamorphosis
Roni Mikel-Arieli (The Hebrew University): Apartheid, Holocaust and Genocide – On Leo Kuper’s Legacy

Wednesday, 18.5

Session 3: The Other South – Cold War, New Left and Jews
Chair: Jonathan Dekel-Chen, The Hebrew University
9:30-11:00

Michael Rom (University of Cape Town): Our Generation –Jewish Students and the Brazilian Armed Struggle
Martina L. Weisz (The Hebrew University): Zionism, Revolution and Social Mobility –The Argentinian Experience
Gustavo Guzmán (University of Potsdam): Pinochet and the Jews – Telling a Cold-War Story

Coffee Break: 11:00-11:15

Part III
Between Empire and Nation-State

Session 1: (Anti-) Colonial Spaces
Chair: Amos Goldberg, The Hebrew University
11:15 – 12:45

Rephael Stern (Harvard University): Habeas corpus and Global Decolonization – The Legal Space of Mandatory Palestine and Israel
Johannes Becke (Heidelberg University)/
Avi Shilon (New York University): Caribbean Zion – Jewish-Israeli Creolized Cultures
Amit Levy (The Hebrew University): The Diplomacy of Israeli Oriental Studies – The Early Years

Lunch Break: 12:45-13:45

Session 2: Israel in Africa
Chair: Louise Bethlehem, The Hebrew University
13:45-15:15

Rotem Giladi (University of Roehampton): Between Jewish Sovereignty and Indian Minority –
Israel and the Question of Apartheid at the United Nations, 1949-1952
Anne Herzberg (Institute for NGO Research): The Apartheid Charge: Historical Evolution and the Quest of International Law
Alioune Dème (Cheikh Anta Diop University): Léopold Sédar Senghor – The Poet-Politician’s Israel Connection

Coffee Break: 15:15-15:30

Session 3: From Israel to Algeria and Back
Chair: Ofer Ashkenazi, The Hebrew University
15:30-17:00

Arie Dubnov (The George Washington University): (A)part from Asia – Zionist Perceptions of the East, 1947-1956

Lutz Fiedler (Moses Mendelssohn Center for European Jewish Studies): Algerian Echoes –
Israeli Debates on Legitimacy in Times of Crisis

Zarin Aschrafi (Leibniz-Institut für Jüdische Geschichte und Kultur – Simon Dubnow): From the Jewish to the National Question: On Ber Borochov’s Late Revival

17:00-17:45
Concluding Roundtable

For registration, please click here.

For more details contact:
02-5880318
jri@mail.huji.ac.il

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מפרסם ההודעה
Jenia Stadel | Adminstrative Director The Jacob Robinson Institute for the History of Individual and Collective Rights Faculty of Humanities The Hebrew University of Jerusalem T +972.2.5880318 Jeniay@savion.huji.ac.il
כתובת מלאה
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Beit Mairsdorf Faculty Club, room 405, Mount Scopus
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