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Epilogue

  • Daphna GolanEmail author
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Abstract

In the second class of the year, a student named Tal asked me: “Why doesn’t anybody talk about the war that’s going on out there?” I redirected her question to the other students. We were sitting at a round table in a classroom on the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Mount Scopus campus. The lesson hadn’t begun yet, and I was chopping cucumbers and helping set up the meal that one of the students had brought to share with the class. My students take turns preparing these suppers, which are always interesting and meaningful and, in most cases, delicious. “Why is nobody talking about the war that’s going on out there?” I repeated. “Is there a war? Who isn’t talking about it?”

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of LawThe Hebrew University of JerusalemJerusalemIsrael

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