Emanuela Barasch-Rubinstein

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Emanuela Barasch-Rubinstein is a writer and a scholar in the Humanities. Her parents fled their homes in Eastern Europe, emigrating to Israel. Emanuela was born in Jerusalem and her father was the art historian Moshe Barasch. Emanuela has also published scholarly books on the cultural perception of Nazism.
 

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2016

Sunday, 28 February 2016

Scholar and author Emanuela Barasch-Rubinstein’s beautiful collection of short stories describes the ‘five selves’ of modern Israeli identity, covering diverse themes from intergenerational concepts of identity to mourning a father’s death. She is in conversation with Mekella Broomberg, JW3’s Head of Arts and Culture.

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