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VLJIVan Leer Jerusalem Institute (Israel)
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"Former generals, chiefs of staff and other security experts have 'old boys' networks' and are close to the political establishment," says Hanna Herzog, co-director of the Center for Women in the Public Sphere at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. Plus "they are considered the experts in security." As a result, Herzog continues, when women try to enter the political arena, "they are often perceived as intruding into territory that 'isn't theirs,' because of their presumed nature and their lack of security experience."
The author is a faculty member of the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute in Israel.
Rutgers University, Emeritus and Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
A 693-page compendium of expert commentary and analysis by leading authorities, writers and artists which have been knowledgeably compiled and deftly edited by Naftali Rothenberg (Senior Research Fellow and Chaire of Jewish Culture and identity, Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, Israel), "Wisdom by the Week: The Weekly Torah Portion as Inspiration for Thought and Creativity" introduces insightful, inspired, and inspiring perspectives on fifty-four weekly individual Torah readings that will prove of inestimable value for scholars and non-specialist general readers alike.
Sarah Ozacky-Lazar is the head of the Forum on Environment and Regional Sustainability at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. This article represents her personal opinion only.
We hear from Anat Lapidot-Firilla, a senior research fellow and academic director of the Mediterranean Unit at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, and Ilker Ayturk, an assistant professor of political science at Ankara's Bilkent University.
He is also a Research Fellow of the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and teaches in the School of Education at Hebrew University.
11), and was sponsored by the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. The contributors to the book, and former participants in the conference, are engaged in an "ongoing dialogue between tradition and progress and between Judaism and democracy" (p.
Rabbi Professor Naftali Rothenberg is a senior research fellow at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and the town Rabbi of Har Adar, Israel.