Gabriel Noah Brahm is an Associate Professor of English at Northern Michigan University, where he teaches literary theory, cultural studies, and Israeli literature, a Senior Research Fellow in Israel Studies at Brandeis University, a Scholars for Peace in the Middle East (SPME) Fellow, an Israel on Campus Coalition (ICC) Center for Academic Engagement (CAE) Fellow, and a winner, in 2013, of an Israel Institute Mid-Career Faculty Development Grant. He is the co-editor (with Cary Nelson) of The Case Against Academic Boycotts of Israel . His current book project is titled Israel in Theory: The Jewish State and the Cultural Left.
Our Voice of the Fortnight is BICOM Director Richard Pater speaking to Blue and White MK Michal Colter-Wunsh about what politics is like in the Knesset under the cloud of coronavirus. Michal also speaks about her new proposed law to enshrine Israel’s Declaration of Independence into a new social contract, what needs to be done to help ensure the return of Israeli soldiers and civilians from the Gaza Strip, and why the Abraham Accords are a paradigm shift for the entire region.