03/30/2017 18:00 PM
Benjamin Gampel (JTSA): As If the Jews Had No Lord: Anti-Jewish Riots in Castile and Aragon, 1391-1392
Professor Gampel, a leading expert on Sephardic Jewry, explores the most devastating...
04/19/2017 18:15 PM
"Lanzmann's SHOAH Film: Segments and Controversies," a lecture by Mary Maudsley, Adjunct Professor at Stockton University, Galloway NJ
04/21/2017 10:30 AM
Joshua B. Friedman (Graduate Center and New School) discusses the place of religious observance in the lives of Yiddish language and culture activists, focusing on dynamics of ambiguity, openness...
05/05/2017 11:00 AM
Prof. Ra'anan Boustan discusses the recent excavations of the Late Roman synagogue at Huqoq, which revealed a mosaic depicting a subject that is unparalleled in ancient synagogue art.
05/10/2017 18:15 PM
"The Deputy": A Look Back at Rolf Hochhuth's Controversial Play about Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust
A Lecture by Michael Dickerman, Adjunct Professor at Stockton University, Galloway NJ