Tamar Liebes is a professor in the Department of Communication and Journalism at the Hebrew University and holds the Carl and Matilda Newhouse Chair in Communication. She has published extensively in the fields of media audiences; media, war, and terror; and media and public memory. Her publications include Reporting the Arab Israeli Conflict: How Hegemony Works (1997); American Dreams, Hebrew Subtitles: Globalization at the Receiving End (2004); and, with Elihu Katz, The Export of Meaning: Cross Cultural Readings of Dallas (1992).
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