Iván Cherjovsky — Antropólogo y documentalista judío-argentino/Argentine-Jewish Anthropologist and Documentary Maker — “Recuerdos de Moisés Ville y Jerusalem Argentina”/ “Memories of Moisés Ville and The Jerusalem of Argentina”

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ivan cherjovsky
Ivan Chernovsky

Iván Cherjovsky es Licenciado y Doctor en Antropología por la Universidad de Buenos Aires. Se desempeña como profesor en la Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Políticas de la Universidad Abierta Interamericana y es investigador del Centro de Altos Estudios en Ciencias Sociales de la mencionada universidad. Además, es docente/investigador de la Universidad Nacional de Quilmes e integra el Núcleo de Estudios Judíos del Instituto de Desarrollo Económico y Social y la Latin American Jewish Studies Association (LAJSA).

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Iván Cherjovsky received his PhD. in Anthropology from the University of Buenos Aires. He is a professor in the College of Law and Social Sciences of the Inter-American Open University, where he is also a researcher at Center for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences. Also, he is an instructor/researcher at the National University of Quilmes and is a member of the Nucleus for Jewish Studies of the Institute for Economic and Social Development and the Latin American Jewish Studies Association (LAJSA).

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Editorial Teseo

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La Jerusalem argentina, documental editado por Iván Cherjovsky y Melina Serber

Jerusalem in Argentina, a documentary edited by Iván Cherjovsky and Melina Serber

En Moisés Ville, un pequeño pueblo rural de la pampa argentina, los últimos descendientes de los míticos gauchos judíos han emprendido la lucha contra el olvido: atesoran las reliquias de los pioneros en un impresionante museo, acompañan a los turistas por las sinagogas vacías, gestionan declaratorias patrimoniales para los edificios más significativos y rememoran los tradicionales sabores judaicos comprando Leicaj en la panadería local. Mientras tanto, todos esperan ansiosos la llegada de la Fiesta de Integración Cultural, el nuevo evento que define a este lejano y exótico rincón del mundo.

In Moisés Ville, a rural village founded at the end of the 19th century in the heart of the pampas, the last descendants of the legendary Jewish gauchos fight against time to safeguard the memory of the pioneers. Lovingly, they showcase relics of their forbears in an impressive museum, accompany tourists through empty alleyways, and preserve with utmost care their most emblematic buildings. Meanwhile, everyone eagerly awaits the Festival of Cultural Integration, a new event that will define this distant and exotic corner of the world.

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