Culture in Israel

-A new documentary series looks at how well women writers in Israel can function. (Haaretz)

-In Israel, the detective novel genre has been slow to obtain full acceptance, but now �is receiving legitimacy among Israeli academia and readers.� (Haaretz)

-A look at the diversity of IsraDrama 2007, Israel’s  six-day festival of theatre. (The Australian Jewish News)

-A look at the challenges faced by Nalaga’at theater in Jaffa, the world’s only deaf and blind theater group.  Most of the members suffer from Asher syndrome, “and the group is faced with the additional challenge of translating Russian sign language to Hebrew sign language.â€? (The Jerusalem Post)

-A broad look at Yad Vashem’s expanded Holocaust history museum. (Haddasah)
 

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