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Recordings

WEBINAR:

Editor-in-Chief Bret Stephens interviews James Kirchick about his article from Issue 1 of SAPIR. This interview is also available as a podcast on Spotify and Google Podcasts.

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Editor-in-Chief Bret Stephens interviews Thane Rosenbaum about his article and the role of Jews in American culture. This interview is also available as a podcast on Spotify and Google Podcasts.

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Editor-in-Chief Bret Stephens interviews Ambassador Gold about his article, the power and limits of diplomacy, and new opportunities for Israel in the Middle East. This interview is also available as a podcast on Spotify and Google Podcasts.

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Editor-in-Chief, Bret Stephens, interviews Professor Ruth Wisse about her contribution to SAPIR’s second issue, The Allure of Powerlessness. Prof. Wisse’s memoir, FREE AS A JEW: A Personal Memoir of National Liberation, will be released in September. This interview is also available as a podcast on Spotify and Google Podcasts.

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NYU Professor and Author of Coddling of the American Mind, Jonathan Haidt interviews psychologist and writer Pamela Paresky about her article, debates about the role of critical race theory, and the implications for Jews and antisemitism. This interview is also available as a podcast on Spotify and Google Podcasts.

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SAPIR Editor-in-Chief Bret Stephens interviews Rabbi David Wolpe about his article, recent events in Israel, our current discourse on social media and elsewhere, and what it portends for the future. This interview is also available as a podcast on Spotify and Google Podcasts.

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SAPIR Editor-in-Chief Bret Stephens interviews Matti Friedman about his article and and how we can consume news about Israel critically. This interview is also available as a podcast on Spotify and Google Podcasts.

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SAPIR Editor-in-Chief Bret Stephens interviews Dr. Einat Wilf about her article and the dangers of mapping our own analogies onto Israelis and Palestinians. This interview is also available as a podcast on Spotify and Google Podcasts.

PODCAST:

Matti Friedman, Israeli journalist and author of the SAPIR article, “Eight Tips for Reading About Israel,” highlights the gap between the outward narrative of conflict and the more cohesive day-to-day reality on the ground in Jerusalem on Tablet’s Unorthodox podcast.

PODCAST:

Rabbi Shlomo Brody discusses his SAPIR article “Reclaiming Biblical Social Justice” with Mosaic editor, Jonathan Silver, on The Tikvah Podcast.