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Beyond the Metropolis: Jews and Settler Cities
The first ever conference on Canadian Holocaust Literature will be held in Ottawa on October 27 and 28, 2018, co-coordinated by Profs. Rebecca Margolis and Seymour Mayne of the University of Ottawa’s Jewish Canadian Studies Program and Prof. Ruth Panofsky of Ryerson’s Department of English. The opening panel on Saturday evening, co-sponsored by the Azrieli Foundation and the Soloway JCC, will feature survivor author Nate Leipciger, managing editor Arielle Berger, and educator Stephanie Corazza reflecting on the process of writing and producing Holocaust survivor memoirs.
Call for Papers
October 21, 2018
Vermont, United States
“Call” for Candidates
Ninth Session of the International Forum of Young Scholars on East European Jewry
We would like to announce our conference "Considering Things: Jewish Material Culture in Context" on November 7th-8
The Aftermath of the Second World War: A Global Jewish Perspective