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Sunday, November 22 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Enlisted Archaeology

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As an Israeli human rights professional who is also the holder of an MA in Hebrew Bible and a former guide at the Bible Lands Museum in Jerusalem, I found myself in a unique position in my approach to archaeology in the West Bank. In both Israeli (B'Tselem) and international (Oxfam, Norwegian Refugee Council) organizations I worked for, I was unique in promoting a nuanced approach that was willing to acknowledge the importance of findings from the West Bank to Jewish history; Whereas in my religious community, my objection to the exploitation of archaeology as a means to take over land, and to the twisting of the historical narrative for political purposes, was simply incomprehensible to many. In this talk I will share my approach to this dilemma. This talk is sponsored by the New Israel Fund of Canada.

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Naama Baumgarten-Sharon

Naama Baumgarten-Sharon has been a peace and anti-occupation activist since she completed her military service as an intelligence officer in 2001, and has worked professionally for Israeli NGOs, most notably as a researcher at B'Tselem, and for international NGOs operating in Israel-Palestine... Read More →


Sunday November 22, 2020 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Zoom Room E