Previously at the ICA - Events
16 Apr 2007
In 1958, Isaac Deutscher wrote a book called The Non-Jewish Jew, which explored how the Jewish left should relate to Zionism and the State of Israel. A century after Deutscher's birth, four Jewish intellectuals confront the legacy of Deutscher's reflections today amid the clamorous politics of the Middle East.
Speakers: Moshe Machover, Professor of Philosophy, King's College London; John Rose, writer and activist; Michael Rosen, poet and writer. Participating chair: Lisa Appignanesi, novelist and writer, author of The Memory Man, Losing the Dead and signatory to Independent Jewish Voices.