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The Golem Rescored

Stories of the Golem

This episode is scored by ∈Y∋, a founding member of the legendary Japanese avant rock bands The Boredoms and Hanatarash. We explore the ever-morphing folklore of the Golem and where its presence is felt in today’s artistic world. With Kate Scelsa, an artist who uses her experience as an author, playwright, musician and actress to reimagine how we tell stories, we look at how modern artists and storytellers are influenced by the Golem and the themes in its story. Watch here.

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Reboot Ideas Conversations

Reboot Ideas: Can We Talk About Israel?

In his highly-anticipated book, Can We Talk About Israel? Daniel Sokatch breaks down the hot button issues of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that are tearing up dinner tables, political parties and college campuses. Sokatch sat down with homeland security expert and Harvard Kennedy School professor, Juliette Kayyem for a frank discussion about the conflict and how we might move forward with the humanity and imagination this moment requires. Watch the replay here.

What Would You Bring

John Hajdu

When the Nazis forced his family out of their home and into the Budapest Ghetto, 7-year-old John Hajdu took his teddy bear with him. John’s beloved toy accompanied him as he survived Nazi occupation, lived through the Hungarian Revolution in 1956, escaped to Austria and made a new life for himself in London. His story is brought to life by filmmakers Christopher Noxon and Rebecca Odes.