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SEP 16, 2015: 6:15 PM
The Camera Hungarica Award-winning documentary about the life and times of Randolph L. Braham produced and directed for Duna-TV by Stefan Fischer in 2004 Read more
OCT 9, 2015: 11:00 AM
Book Presentation, introduced by Professor Jack Jacobs (Political Science). Sasha Abramsky's THE HOUSE OF TWENTY THOUSAND BOOKS is a wondrous journey through our times, from the vanished worlds of Eastern European Jewry to the cacophonous politics of modernity. Read more
OCT 14, 2015: 6:15 PM
Presented by: Dr. Suzanne Brown-Fleming, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington DC Read more
OCT 16, 2015: 10:30 AM
The Center for Jewish Studies presents Abby Kornfeld (Assistant Professor of Art History, CCNY) on "'Go Forth and Learn': Visual Exegesis in the Medieval Haggadah" Read more
DEC 1, 2015: 6:30 PM
Hear from translator Eve Jochnowitz about the book’s fascinating backstory.
DEC 9, 2015: 6:15 PM
Presented by: Professor Robert Shapiro, Brooklyn College/CUNY Read more