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MODERN HEBREW WORKSHOP PROGRAM 2017
Program of the workshop in HEBREW , July 30-August 3, 2017
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Teaching Hebrew as a Second Language Today: Audiences, Materials, Methods
Continuing Workshop on University Teaching of the Hebrew Language, Jerusalem, July 30 - August 3, 2017 / 7-11 Av 5777
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Eshnav Training Program
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Continuing Workshop on University Teaching of Hebrew Language
The International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for this year’s session of the Continuing Workshop on University Teaching of Hebrew Language. The workshop will take place in Jerusalem from Sunday through Thursday, July 10-14, 2016 / 4-8 Tammuz 5776, and will focus on Teaching Hebrew Morphology in the 21st Century.
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Mid-dor la-dor: Jewish Culture and Language
Call for Papers: International Conference for Young Scholars on Jewish Cultrue and Language, 30th June-2nd July 2016, St. Petersburg
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Academic Program in the FSU for Spring 2016
Teaching in Russia and Ukraine.Academic Plan
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SHOAH in Latin America Workshop
Training workshop for participants and volunteers from Argentine universities and World Peace Embassy Activists, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mount Scopus Campus, Rabin Building, Room 3001, Sunday February 7, 9: 00-19: 00, Topic: Memory and History of the Shoah. Genocides in the 20th century. Latin American dimension.
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Bazar Parana by Luis Krauzs: Book Lounch Event, 20.01.16, 16:30
A debate around the historical/documentary novel Bazar Paraná recen​tly published by Luis S. Krausz , 20.01.16, 16:30. Rabin Building.
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BOOK LAUNCH EVENT: TRANSLATION AS MANIPULATION
TRANSLATION AS MANIPULATION by Cyril Aslanov October 30, 2015, São Paulo, Brazil In his famous book, After Babel, the philosopher George Steiner says that literary or poetic translations are largely inadequate. The book translation is manipulation. Cyril Aslanov seeks to show that - despite Steiner's statement - the manipulation in most translations can reduce this inadequacy. The book launch was preceded by a lecture, in which the author, who came to Brazil especially for this event, explained why the translation as manipulation can be considered a "necessary
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Prof. Moshe Rosman lecturing in Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
October 11-16, 2015
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