NPR's correspondent in Jerusalem, Daniel Estrin, shares stories from his reporting and discusses his process as a journalist.
VIDEO | Marina Rustow — Jewish Manuscripts in the Digital Age: The Cairo Geniza and the New Materiality
Dr. Marina Rustow of Princeton University will deliver the 2019 Stroum Lectures in Jewish Studies.
VIDEO | The History of a Page: Reflecting on the Talmud as a Physical Book (and What I’ve Learned Since My Stroum Lecture 23 Years Ago)
David Stern (Harvard University) explains how the Talmud evolved over the ages in this update to his 1997 Stroum Lecture in Jewish Studies.
VIDEO | Richard Block —The 2015 Hungarian Drama “Son of Saul” and a New Chapter in Films About the Holocaust
Dr. Richard Block discusses the 2015 Hungarian film "The Son of Saul" and how it marks a shift in films about the Holocaust.
Galya Diment explains how modernist painters Marc Chagall and Amedeo Modigliani related to Jewishness in their lives and art, looking at their time in Paris in the early twentieth century.
Dr. Sasha Senderovich reads and offers thoughts on the dark poetry of modernist Yiddish poet Moyshe Leyb Halpern.
Graduate fellow Eryk Waligora explains why Holocaust education matters on a global scale by looking at the case of Taiwan — a country with a painful past of its own to contend with.
Graduate fellow Francis Abugbilla explains how Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's push to reconnect with African nations is shifting Israel's status on the continent.