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Mar 06

Negev Stories of Resilience and Rebuilding – Wellesley


Wellesley, MA

Date
Wednesday, March 06, 2024

7:00 p.m. EST - 8:00 p.m. EST
Location
Temple Beth Elohim
10 Bethel Road
Wellesley, MA

Join Americans for Ben-Gurion University’s Boston Chapter in partnership with Temple Beth Elohim for an evening with Prof. Ilan Troen as he shares his firsthand account of Israel’s October 7 terrorist attacks where his daughter and son-in-law were murdered.

A historian of Israel and Jewish studies and resident of Beer-Sheva, Prof. Troen (read bio here) will give background on the kibbutz communities that were destroyed and talk about the importance of rebuilding Israel from the Negev.

Featured Speaker:

Prof. Ilan Troen

Professor Emeritus of the Sam and Anna Lopin Chair of Modern History, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Stoll Family Chair in Israel Studies, Brandeis University


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Negev Stories of Resilience & Rebuilding is a hybrid event.

Register here to join us in person. 

Register here to join us online.

For more information about this event and A4BGU Boston opportunities, contact Eve Rubinstein at [email protected] or 617-820-9400.