New Research Network: Ambivalences of the Soviet: Diaspora Nationalities between Collective Experiences of Discrimination and Individual Normalization, 1953-2023
Join the University of Delaware's Jewish Studies Program on Monday, March 8th at 7:00 p.m. ET on Zoom, for a lecture by Nancy Sinkoff, "Gender and the (Dis)Continuities of the European Jewish Enlightenment: Hannah Arendt, Lucy S. Dawidowicz, and the New York Intellectuals." Followed by a panel discussion with faculty in History, and Women and Gender Studies. Free and open to the public: For more information and to register:
Tuesday, March 16, 2021 | 5:00pm ET | Free on Zoom
What role has philanthropy played in a democratic society, and how have American Jews used philanthropy to participate in American civic and political life?
Join us to hear from a survivor of three concentration camps, Terezin, Auschwitz & Dachau. Frederick Terna is age 97 and devoting his precious time to relaying his story. Please RSVP at:
The Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies invites submissions for the first biannual Leon Charney Book Award in Israel Studies. The Charney Book Prize ($3,000) will be awarded biannually to the author of an outstanding monograph dealing with the culture and history of Zionism and the State of Israel. The recipient will be honored by Yeshiva University during the 2021/22 academic year, at which time they will be expected to deliver a lecture or research
Dear Reserachers and Colleagues,
The Institute of Asian and African Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Max Schloessinger Memorial Foundation are pleased to announce the publication of Jerusalem studies in Arabic and Islam (JSAI), volumes 49 (2020) and 50 (2021).