Lecture by Sharon Rotbard, Israeli architect, author, and publisher.
The history of Tel Aviv, presented for a moment as an architectural history, can be seen as a part of a wider process in which the physical shaping of Tel Aviv and its political and cultural construction are intertwined, and plays a decisive role in the construction of the case, the alibi, and the apologetics of the Jewish settlement across the country.
Thursday, May 12 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Williams campus, Schapiro Hall, 129
Address your questions to Jacobé Huet, graduate student and organizer, at [email protected]