The Therapeutic power of Hasidic tales
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A lecture series organised by the Leo Baeck Institute London in cooperation with the German Historical Institute London.
Assistant Professor, Contemporary and/or Modern Judaism, Department of Religion, Syracuse University
Call for Papers: Atrocity in Children’s Literature
Call for Papers
Oqimta: Studies in Talmudic and Rabbinic Literature
Colleagues, I want to call your attention to the forthcoming October issue of The American Historical Review, vol. 123, no.
The Center for Jewish Studies at the University of California, Irvine invites submissions for its annual New Horizons in Jewish Studies Graduate Essay Prize. Advanced graduate students and those with a Ph.D. awarded no earlier then 2017 are eligible. In order to participate, submit an unpublished essay on any topic related to Jewish Studies.
The Judaic Studies Department at SUNY BInghampton presents this year's Rabbi Moses Margolis Memorial Lecture and Symposium on Early Modern Jewish History with contributors and editors of the The Cambridge History of Judaism: Volume 7, The Early Modern World, 1500-1815.