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No 6172

Wednesday 16 December 2009

Vol cxl No 13

pp. 421–444

Societies, etc.

Antiquarian Society

The next meeting will be held on Monday, 4 January, at 6 p.m., in the Law Faculty Building, West Road. Professor Ronald Hutton will speak on The history of prehistory: megaliths and the modern imagination. Members may bring guests and junior members of the University are welcome at all meetings.

Centre for Modern Hebrew Studies


The following films from the first ten years of the twenty-first century will be shown during Lent Term 2010 in Room 9, Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Sidgwick Avenue, at 1.15 p.m. All films are in Hebrew with English subtitles. All are welcome.

25 January

Aviva my love, by Shemi Zarhin (Israel, 2006, 107 mins.)

1 February

Lost islands, by Reshef Levi (Israel, 2008, 102 mins.)

8 February

The visit of the band, by Eran Kolyrin (Israel, 2007, 84 mins.)

15 February

The Syrian bride, by Eran Riklis (Israel, 2004, 102 mins.)

25 February

Walk on water, by Eytan Fux (Israel, 2003, 104 mins.)

1 March

Close to home, by Vidi Bilu and Dalya Hager (Israel, 2005, 100 mins.)

8 March

Waltz with Bashir, by Ari Folman (Israel, 2008, 90 mins.)