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Sunday, August 26 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
A PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON IDENTITY: BEING JEWISH AMID THE NEW ANTI-SEMITISM OF TODAY

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How do we form a sense of who we are as a person? How do we come to affiliate with a specific ethnicity, culture or other large group? What is the ‘New Anti-Semitism’ of today and how are people who identify as Jewish (or are identified as such by others) affected? How may some understanding of psychological processes assist in clarifying viewpoints and finding one’s own voice?
These and other issues will be addressed in this talk.

Speakers
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Evelyn Sander

Evelyn is a former Registered Clinical Psychologist and Senior Lecturer at AUT University who taught for 13 years in the departments of Psychology and Psychotherapy. She was a founding staff member of both the Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Programme and the Bachelor of Health... Read More →


Sunday August 26, 2018 4:00pm - 5:00pm
C155 / Jerusalem