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Events in Jerusalem

March 2011 Events at Tmol Shilshom

March 2011 Events at Tmol Shilshom at 30.03.2011

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Wednesday mar 30th

Tmol Shilshom hosts a variety of literary events in March 2011.

Tuesday March 1st at 19:00: Columnists Leore Dayan and Arel Segal (Maariv) will talk about writing a personal column.

In Hebrew


Wednesday March 2nd at 19:00: Ilan Amit will talk with Judith Katzir about his new book A Woman Fell: A cinematic novel told by eight.

In Hebrew.


Sunday March 6th at 19:00: Orna Donath will talk with David Ehrlich about her new book Taking a Choice
: Being Childfree in Israel

A sociological research about the choice not to have children. The book examines different myths as well as social, historical and philosophical concepts concerning this choice

Orna Donath is a PHD student in the Sociology and Anthropology department at Tel Aviv University.

In Hebrew.

About the research


Monday March 7th at 19:00: An evening with the poets Yaakov Yaakov and Herzel and Balfour Hakak

Celebrating their latest books.

In Hebrew.


Sunday March 13th at 19:00: Tom Segev
will talk about his new book Simon Wiesenthal: The Life and Legend

The first biography of the Nazi hunter, who planned breathtaking operations and was the one who located Adolf Eichmann.

Please make a reservation at: 052-5715559

In Hebrew.

About the book


Tuesday March 15th at 18:30: Political Café with MK Binyamin (Fuad) Ben-Eliezer.

Co-sponsored by the Hebrew University Students Union

In Hebrew.


Monday March 21st at 19:00: Purim at Tmol Shilshom

An Evening with Dr. Diti Ronen and Yael Kramsky

Who plays in front of us and who do we really watch on stage? What are the relations between the actor and the character he or she plays?

Dr. Diti Ronen is a poet and culture researcher.

Yael Kramsky is a theatre director and a choreographer.

In Hebrew.


Monday March 28th at 19:00: Dr. Darya Maoz
will talk about her book (written with Dvash Niv)

Romantic Relationships: A User's Manual

The book is based on 300 interviews with Israeli women and men. It takes into account recent research in psychology, sociology and culture, and reflects the state of relationships and romance in Israel nowadays.

Dr. Darya Maoz is a sociologist, a journalist and a writer.

In Hebrew


Wednesday March 30th at 19:00: A More Just Tomorrow

Michal Greenberg will talk with Dr. Erez Tzfadia and Chana Katz their book

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What is the character of Israel's socio - economic policy?

It isn't easy to answer this important question, although we are all effected by it.

With two concepts - Abandonment and Supervision, this book provides a detailed answer.

Co-sponsored by Shatil

In Hebrew.

Open Hours

Sunday to Thursday, 8:00 to 2:00; Friday 8:00 to afternoon; Saturday motzaei Shabbat to 2:00


Yoel Salomon St. 5 (through the back alley)


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