Volumul aniversar al Centrului de Studii Israeliene „Theodor Herzl” va fi lansat la Gaudeamus 2022

Sâmbătă, 10 decembrie 2022, cu ocazia aniversării a zece ani de la înființare, Centrul de Studii Israeliene „Theodor Herzl” din cadrul Facultății de Științe Politice (SNSPA) lansează, la Târgul de carte Gaudeamus Radio România, volumul “Challenges of Modern Israel. Socio-Political Reality: Academic Perspectives”, coordonat de Liviu Rotman, Eugenia Mihalcea, Daniel Gheorghe și publicat de Editura Comunicare.ro.

 

Invitații speciali ai evenimentului sunt:

  • Prof. univ. dr. Remus Pricopie, Rectorul SNSPA, care semnează cuvântul-înainte al cărţii
  • Prof. univ. dr. Liviu Rotman, Directorul Centrului de Studii Israeliene ”Theodor Herzl”,
  • E.S. Ambasador Edward Iosiper, Ministerul Afacerilor Externe.

 

Volumul cuprinde contribuția a 19 cercetători din diverse generații – de la personalități proeminente la tineri masteranzi și doctoranzi –, expresie a dorinței Centrului de Studii Israeliene de a contribui la continuitatea acestei ramuri academice.

Contributorii, profesori și cercetători din Israel, China și România, abordează, într-o manieră academică, teme legate de: politica internă și externă a Israelului, sionism, securitate, relațiile Israelului cu țări europene, educație și identitate. Alegerea unor subiecte din diversele arii politice reflectă strategia Centrului de Studii Israeliene de a extinde cunoașterea academică despre Israel, lucru ce se încadrează în viziunea SNSPA de cultivare a cunoașterii aprofundate a diverselor arii geopolitice.

 

“This volume marks 10 years of the existence of the Center for Israeli Studies, a period of didactic efforts, research, searching for a special place on the map of scientific activity. We tried to cultivate a strictly academic perspective, in which the interest in objective research is combined with a strong creative spirit. The volume is the fruit of this research strategy.

The editors wanted a multidisciplinary approach, from different angles of a highly complex reality, which is the Israeli political reality. We wanted and succeeded in gathering specialists from different fields from different university areas and above all from different generation of researchers. We managed to have with us from the generation of the founders of this discipline to young and very young researchers. In this context, we see in this volume a contribution to the continuity of Israeli studies.”, Liviu Rotman

 

“From the first moment of its existence, the geostrategic positioning of the State of Israel has transformed it into a nodal point of world politics. Therefore, Israeli Studies, of which this volume presents an excellent sample, are not only a particular and promising field of comparative politics, but also a mandatory exercise for understanding the contemporary world. And in this sense, the centers for Israeli Studies, such as the “Theodor Herzl” Center for Israeli Studies, play a fundamental role in the training of researchers and the development of a structured and applied academic approach to problems whose impressionistic analysis has often led to amateur approaches or the justification of erroneous public policies. ” – Cristian Pîrvulescu, Faculty of Political Science, SNSPA

 

“As this volume shows clearly, the “Theodor Herzl” Center for Israeli Studies has become since its inception a significant center in the growing landscape of Israeli studies in Europe and elsewhere. Enjoying the full support of the SNSPA and under a dynamic leadership, the Center has built up a large community of students, public personalities, members of the public. Its seminars, conferences, summer schools and other related activities have attracted the best participants from Romania, Israel and other countries, along with wide interest among the students and members of the public. The multidisciplinary and the objective, academic treatment of the issues presented, also in this volume, serve as a testimony to the well-deserved leading place of the Center in Israeli studies. We can look forward with optimism towards the next years of fruitful activities. ” – Raphael Vago, Tel-Aviv University

 

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