Middlebury

HEBM 0237

Israel-Palestine Conflict

The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Film
In this course we will examine representations of the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a wide range of cinematic works and the ways in which films reflect and construct social, cultural, and political realities. Following an introductory unit on Palestinian and Jewish nationalisms, we will address core issues of the conflict (e.g., refugees, settlements, and Jerusalem), everyday life under occupation, and forms of resistance. By discussing fiction films and documentaries we will critically explore social processes, diverse ideologies, unique point of views, and various Israeli and Palestinian narratives. The course is based on lectures, film screenings, class discussions, and student presentations. 3 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Hebrew (Modern)
Department:
Modern Hebrew
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
AAL CMP MDE SOC
Equivalent Courses:
JWST 0237
CMLT 0237

Sections

Fall 2021

HEBM0237A-F21 Lecture (Gazit)

Fall 2020

HEBM0237A-F20 Lecture (Gazit)

Fall 2016

HEBM0237A-F16 Lecture (Zakai)
HEBM0237B-F16 Lecture (Zakai)