Teaching the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: One Professor’s Reflections
Part of our spring learning series Timely Insights, Timeless Wisdom
This session is generously sponsored by:
Yale Asbell, JTS Trustee
Paul Kerson and Marleen Kassel Kerson
Monday, February 5, 1:00–2:30 p.m. ET
With Dr. Michal Raucher, JTS Fellow and Associate Professor of Jewish Studies at Rutgers University
Join Dr. Michal Raucher to hear about her experiences teaching a large undergraduate course on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict last fall. She will discuss her approach to teaching the conflict honed over ten years, the challenges raised by October 7 among a particularly diverse student body, how she pivoted to keep students engaged in learning, and the course’s impact beyond the classroom.
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