Amos Oz: a documentary

A few nights ago, I watched a DVD I’d ordered, released in 2008 by a Greek production company, that profiled author Amos Oz. It’s a fascinating complement to Oz’s memoir, one that offers insight into both his creative process as well as his thoughts about the...

The Geek Kibbutz

Today, I was polishing up my presentation for Thursday, titled “Look Back to Galilee: What a Century of Kibbutz Life Can Teach Canadians about Co-operation and Community,” when I took a break, surfed through some YouTube kibbutz videos and came across this...