February 23rd, 2019
1:15P-2:15P, Oshaman JCC
Blood money among the Hittites, the Hurrians, the Babylonians, and the Israelites: An ancient “barbaric” and “primitive” custom with a deeply powerful modern humanistic message.
David Meir-Levi is an American-born Israeli currently living in Palo Alto, CA. He holds a BA from Johns Hopkins University, and an MA in Near Eastern Studies from Brandeis University. He studied and then taught Archaeology and Near Eastern History at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and at the University of Tel Aviv in the 60’s and 70’s, during which time he completed his service in the Israeli military. He most recently served as a faculty member at San Jose State University (CA), where he lectured on the Middle East and Israel in the Department of History.
Since the outbreak of the 2nd Intifada (9/29/00), he has lectured, taught and debated throughout northern California and abroad at synagogues, churches, high schools, universities, and service organizations on topics related to the history of the Arab-Israel conflict. He has been a guest lecturer at Stanford Univ., Cal-Poly Institute, the Monterey Institute for International Studies, The Santa Clara University School of International Law, and Evangelical and Catholic communities in Guatemala.
His books, “Big Lies” and “History Upside Down,” are available on Amazon. There are now more than 200,000 copies of “Big Lies” on university campuses throughout the USA and Canada, and it is in its third printing.
Post archive date: Saturday February 9th, 2019