Public Lectures > The World Jewish International Migration System, 1880-2014
The Migrations of Jews in the 19th to 21st century around the World with relation to Japan and the Far East
The World Jewish International Migration System, 1880-2014
|Place：||Clarke Memorial Hall Chapel, Imadegawa Campus, Doshisha University|
Prof. Uzi Rebhun
Professor of Israel Diaspora Relations, Department of the Jewish People, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
No other people are as geographically mobile as the Jews. This characteristic reflects unique combinations of political and socio-economic push factors in countries of origin and pull incentives at destinations which continue to operate in at a large pace also after the establishment of a Jewish state, namely Israel. The levels, directions, and motivations of Jewish migration in modern times, adaptation of migrants into their host societies, and implications for policy are at the heart of this lecture.
*Admission Free, No Reservation Necessary.
*Lecture in English, Interpretation will be provided.
Hosted by CISMOR & School of Theology, Doshisha University