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iEngage Tribes of Israel

The Tribes of Israel: A Shared Homeland for a Divided People, the second iEngage Video Lecture Series, confronts the challenge of creating a Jewish and democratic public space in the modern State of Israel—a shared common space for a people divided along “tribal” affiliations: religious, ideological, national, and geographic.
What is the significance of the State of Israel as a Jewish public sphere? How does a people divided along religious, geographic, and ideological lines build a shared society?
The Tribes of Israel begins a conversation to restructure the relationship between the collective and the individual tribes that comprise Israel.
Ten curricular units on DVD or USB: Units vary in length and format and include one 30 minute introductory lecture, eight 25-40 minute lectures, some of which are followed by 25-30 minute interviews with experts exploring the complexities of the issues raised in the lecture, and one 40-minute concluding unit comprising expert interviews.

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