The goal of the Forum was to contribute to building the Azrieli Fellows community. As such, each element of the day was carefully designed to facilitate introductions between Fellows and enhance Fellows’ knowledge regarding research conducted by their peers. The day began with a social activity in which groups of 3-4 Fellows had to “crack” why they were seated together. This was followed by 14(!) research lectures in two simultaneous sessions, so that by the end of the day each participant learned about the work conducted by seven other Program Fellows. In the last part of the day, Meital Salmor taught us to connect to each other and to the audience we address, by adopting a variety of (movement related) tools.
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