All men whilst they are awake are in one common world : but each of them, when he is asleep, is in a world of his own


Grants & Scholarships

The history of translations from Arabic to Hebrew

In my research I intend to study translation from Arabic into Hebrew from two angles: A discussion of the contents of the index prepared by Maktoob and a discussion of translating from Arabic to Hebrew.

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The NFCT's WomanFilms - Documentary Hub (Greenhouse)

The Greenhouse Women Program aims to nurture the next generation of Israeli female documentary filmmakers from diverse religious, ethnic and cultural backgrounds and to support them in the development of compelling documentaries that amplify women’s voices about important...

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Le Dernier de Mogador

Mogador, mieux connue sous le nom d’Essaouira, était pendant un siècle et demi le principal port du Maroc. Bâtie au milieu du XVIIIe...

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אדריכלות לעניים

ספרו של חסן פתחי אדריכלות לעניים היה לתנ"ך של החֲזָרה לטכניקות בנייה עתיקות בבוץ ואדמה, שכן "החומר הוא הדבר הנכון לעטוף...

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The latest posts

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Bergson souligne le rôle de l’habitus dans la cristallisation de l’obligation morale – « extrait concentré, quintessence des more

Sitôt que le nombre des lecteurs commença à baisser, la bibliothécaire donna de premiers signes d’ennui. Ses journées étaient de plus more

Events & Conferences

Translators’ Forum at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute

14 July, 2015 Jerusalem
The current project seeks to design and build a tailor-made, versatile website for the Arabic-Hebrew Translators’ Forum at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute , showcasing the forum’s endeavors as well as additional content areas, more

Invitation to Piyut – the Sound Track of Jewish Culture

The Project aims to enrich the canon of songs that are taught and sung in Kindergartens in Israel. We believe that Piyutim –Hebrew sacred songs, create unmediated connection to Jewish tradition, identity and community, more