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Ruth Wisse: I.L. Peretz

Professor Ruth Wisse of McGill University discusses the Yiddish writer I.L. Peretz in this 1988 lecture series, "Creative Survival: I.L. Peretz and the Makings of Modern Jewish Culture."

By | November 6th, 2016|Categories: Stroum Lectures|0 Comments

Calvin Goldscheider: Studying the Jewish Future

Professor Calvin Goldscheider of Brown University explores contemporary Jewish communities in Israel, America and Europe in the 2000 Stroum Lecture series "Studying the Jewish Future."

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Michael Walzer: Biblical Politics

Professor Michael Walzer of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton discusses "Biblical Politics" in this 2008 Stroum Lectures series.

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Aron Rodrigue: Sephardi Jewries & the Holocaust

Professor Aron Rodrigue of Stanford University discusses Sephardic Jewry in modern times in this 2005 Stroum Lectures series, "Sephardi Jewries and the Holocaust."

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Paul Mendes-Flohr: Post-Traditional Jewish Identities

Professor Paul Mendes-Flohr of Hebrew University of Jerusalem discusses "Post-Traditional Jewish Identities" in the 2001 Stroum Lectures series.

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Lawrence Schiffman: Religion of the Dead Sea Scrolls

Professor Lawrence H. Schiffman of New York University discusses "The Religion of the Dead Sea Scrolls" in the 2012 Stroum Lectures series.

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My father was a refugee. Here’s why the immigration conversation matters.

Michael Rosenthal considers key moral and political questions on immigration. Join him for a 10/27 panel on this topic.

Immigration, Religion, & Human Rights

Join faculty members Michael Rosenthal and Kathie Friedman at a panel discussion on Oct. 27th.

By | October 5th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments