Martin Kramer Teaches DECLARING ISRAEL’S INDEPENDENCE
Noted historian Martin Kramer transports you to the fateful days in 1948 when Israel’s founders discussed, debated, and, ultimately, declared independence.
Following a twenty-five year career at Tel-Aviv University, where he directed the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies, Martin Kramer was the founding president of Shalem College in Jerusalem, Israel’s first liberal arts college, where he continues to teach the modern history of the Middle East. Dr. Kramer is also the Koret visiting fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy. The author of many essays and articles in Commentary, Mosaic, the Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, and elsewhere, Professor Kramer is also the author of ten books, most recently The War on Error: Israel, Islam, and the Middle East.