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Hillel Zeitlin: The Early Years dissertation available on Academia.edu

Dear Colleagues,,

My disseration for my doctorate at Brandeis University, Hillel Zeitlin: The Early Years features Zeitlin as journalist, biographer,neo-Hasiidic thinker and communal activist.. It has been uploaded to academia.edu.

I hope it will be helpful for those interesed  in Eastern European Jewish Intellectual History.

Moshe Waldoks

A Virtual Conversation on Writing Modern Jewish History, with Drs. Nancy Sinkoff and Natalia Aleksiun - Thursday, February 4 @ 1:00PM (EST)

The UConn Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life is pleased to sponsor a Virtual Conversation on Writing Modern Jewish History, with Drs. Nancy Sinkoff and Natalia Aleksiun.

The Albert Memmi Reader

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

In celebration of his centenary, I am pleased to announce the publication of The Albert Memmi Reader (University of Nebraska Press, France Overseas Series), co-edited by Jonathan Judaken and Michael Lejman. This compendium collects in a single volume the keyworks of one of the great Jewish thinkers of the twentieth century. You can learn more about the volume here: https://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/nebraska/9781496203236/

FEATURED JOB: 2021-2022 Harry Starr Fellowship in Judaica, Harvard University

The Harvard University Center for Jewish Studies 

invites applications for the 

2021‐2022 Harry Starr Fellowship in Judaica 

The Starr fellowships for 2021‐2022 will be available exclusively to recent Ph.D. recipients working on topics in Jewish Studies dealing with the medieval period (600 – 1600 CE). There will be no theme for this year, but we will try to put together a group of scholars with overlapping interests. 

Deadline Approaching: 2021 JDC Archives Fellowship Program

The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) Archives is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications for its 2021 fellowship program. In 2021, 7 fellowships will be awarded to senior scholars, postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, and independent researchers to conduct research in the JDC Archives, either in New York or in Jerusalem.

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