Israel, Zionism and emigration anxiety: the case of Israeli academia

  title={Israel, Zionism and emigration anxiety: the case of Israeli academia},
  author={Hila Amit},
  journal={Settler Colonial Studies},
  pages={21 - 6}
  • Hila Amit
  • Published 2019
  • Political Science
  • Settler Colonial Studies
  • ABSTRACT This article explores the relationship between Zionism and Jewish immigration, as well as the meaning of emigration in the Jewish-Israeli world. It focuses on Israeli discourse regarding emigration. What are the social implications of emigration and how do the Israeli state and Israeli society perceive it? Most importantly: what are the institutional acts and the cultural texts which manufacture a public discourse of emigration within Israeli society, and how, if at all, has this… CONTINUE READING
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