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 Haaretz Weekly podcast host Simon Spungin and senior columnist Chemi Shalev on the day that Benjamin Netanyahu became the first serving Israeli prime minister to go on trial. And, reporting from outside the Jerusalem courthouse, Anshel Pfeffer explains what will unfold in the weeks ahead.