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Recent Content

ZOOM LECTURE: "Commissioned Memory: Official Representations of the Holocaust in Hungarian Art (1955–65)" (November 16, 2021)

The Central European University (CEU) Jewish Studies Program invites you to a Public Lecture (on Zoom): 

"Commissioned Memory: Official Representations of the Holocaust in Hungarian Art (1955–65)" by Dani Veri

Tuesday, November 16, 2021, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm CEST

Please register for the Zoom event at: https://ceu-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcpcOGprzspGdY92aW5KxqWmySLppW4D80d

FELLOWSHIP: Posen Fellowship in Digital Humanities & Indexing

The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization announces a new initiative, the Posen Fellowship in Digital Humanities & Indexing. This is a 10-week PAID fellowship (January 9-March 20, 2022) for graduate students (all stages) and post-docs in digital humanities, digital archiving, or metadata and indexing, with a passion for Jewish studies. To learn more and apply: https://www.posenlibrary.com/frontend/DHFellowship 

About the Fellowship

ZOOM EVENT: The Shaol & Louis Pozez Memorial Lectureship Series with Prof. Adam Rovner, Ph.D.

The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies at The University of Arizona welcomes you to attend The Shaol & Louis Pozez Memorial Lectureship Series with Prof. Adam Rovner, Ph.D.

"The Jew Who Would Be King: The Adventures of Nathaniel Isaacs in West Africa"

ZOOM EVENTS: Opening and Closing Nights of the GEOP Interdisciplinary Research Workshop "Hidden in Plain Sight: Yiddish in the Socialist Bloc and its Transnationality, 1941/44–91”

Over the course of three days, from November 22 to 24, the virtual GEOP Interdisciplinary Research Workshop "Hidden in Plain Sight: Yiddish in the Socialist Bloc and its Transnationality, 1941/44–91” examines the role of Yiddish in the cultures of Socialist states in Eastern and East-Central Europe in their trans-socialist and transnational entanglements in the second half of the 20th century.

The workshop opens and closes with two online events that are open to the general public.

22 November, 7.30 PM CET / 1.30 PM EST

WEBINAR EVENT: "Encounters": A conversation with Sol Goldberg, Scott Ury, and Stefanie Schuler-Springorum on "Key Concepts in the Study of Antisemitism"

November 16, 2021, 1:00PM (EST) / 20:00 (Israel time)
"Encounters": A Conversation with Sol Goldberg and Scott Ury on their co-edited volume (together with Kalman Weiser) Key Concepts in the Study of Antisemitism

Registration is required to attend this Webinar. Register in advance here:

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