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Dr. Arye Zvi Carmon, founding president and senior fellow of the Israel Democracy Institute (IDI), is the featured guest lecturer for the Kosberg-Wilkenfeld Distinguished Lecture Series held in conjunction with Holocaust Museum Houston. The Stanford University lecturer for the International Policy Studies Program, Dr. Carmon will speak in Houston at this two-day series.

Dr. Carmon will cover two dynamic topics over the two-day lecture series giving Houstonians an unprecedented opportunity to experience and interface with one of the world’s most renowned experts on Israeli political reform.  The series opens with  “And You Should Tell Your Son,”  a topic of developing the legacy of the Holocaust as a moral challenge for future generations. Day two of the series explores “Religion and Politics in Israel,” focusing on the vulnerability of the secular foundations of Israeli democracy.

The first event will take place at in the Brown Foundation Performing Arts Theater at Asia Society Texas Center, while the second event will take place in the Becker Theater at The Emery/Weiner School.

Dr. Arye Zvi Carmon, founding president and senior fellow of the Israel Democracy Institute (IDI), is the featured guest lecturer for the Kosberg-Wilkenfeld Distinguished Lecture Series held in conjunction with Holocaust Museum Houston. The Stanford University lecturer for the International Policy Studies Program, Dr. Carmon will speak in Houston at this two-day series.

Dr. Carmon will cover two dynamic topics over the two-day lecture series giving Houstonians an unprecedented opportunity to experience and interface with one of the world’s most renowned experts on Israeli political reform. The series opens with “And You Should Tell Your Son,” a topic of developing the legacy of the Holocaust as a moral challenge for future generations. Day two of the series explores “Religion and Politics in Israel,” focusing on the vulnerability of the secular foundations of Israeli democracy.

The first event will take place at in the Brown Foundation Performing Arts Theater at Asia Society Texas Center, while the second event will take place in the Becker Theater at The Emery/Weiner School.

Dr. Arye Zvi Carmon, founding president and senior fellow of the Israel Democracy Institute (IDI), is the featured guest lecturer for the Kosberg-Wilkenfeld Distinguished Lecture Series held in conjunction with Holocaust Museum Houston. The Stanford University lecturer for the International Policy Studies Program, Dr. Carmon will speak in Houston at this two-day series.

Dr. Carmon will cover two dynamic topics over the two-day lecture series giving Houstonians an unprecedented opportunity to experience and interface with one of the world’s most renowned experts on Israeli political reform. The series opens with “And You Should Tell Your Son,” a topic of developing the legacy of the Holocaust as a moral challenge for future generations. Day two of the series explores “Religion and Politics in Israel,” focusing on the vulnerability of the secular foundations of Israeli democracy.

The first event will take place at in the Brown Foundation Performing Arts Theater at Asia Society Texas Center, while the second event will take place in the Becker Theater at The Emery/Weiner School.

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WHERE

Emery/Weiner Becker Theater
9825 Stella Link Rd.
Houston, TX 77025
https://www.hmh.org/ComingEvents.aspx

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Admission is free.
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