By Orit Rozin
Rozin units her paintings inside an excellent analytical framework, drawing on numerous ancient resources portraying the voices, concepts, and emotions of Israelis, in addition to theoretical literature at the nature of recent citizenship and the relation among citizenship and nationality. She takes on either unfavorable and optimistic freedoms (freedom from and freedom to) in her research of 3 discrete but overlapping concerns: definitely the right to adolescence (and freedom from coerced marriage at a young age); the fitting to commute in another country (freedom of flow being a pillar of a liberal society); and the correct to talk out—not simply to protest with out worry of reprisal, yet to talk within the expectation of being heeded and recognized.
This publication will attract students and scholars of Israeli historical past, legislation, politics, and tradition, and to students of state construction extra generally.
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A Home for All Jews: Citizenship, Rights, and National Identity in the New Israeli State (The Schusterman Series in Israel Studies & Brandeis Series on Gender, Culture, Religion, and Law) by Orit Rozin