We seek submissions for a roundtable, 30 years later, on Maus’s enduring influence; teaching and/or scholarship on/around Maus; diverse approaches wanted, eg., Memory Studies, Comics Studies, Autobiography Studies, Holocaust Studies, in translation, in other coun
The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum announces the call for applications for the 2021 Virtual Curt C.
The Australian Association for Jewish Studies is pleased to announce that the latest issue of the Australian Journal of Jewish Studies is now online. The journal is fully accessible here.
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Jennifer Creese and Jan Láníček
Pandemics in the Promised Land: The Hasidic Experience
Holocaust Representations in Early Hebrew Poetry: Uri Zvi Greenberg
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I am currently working on a literary analysis of a novel where Mount Nebo is included in the description of Jerusalem's cityscape. I was rather startled by this, given Mount Nebo's location. Wikipedia explains that Jerusalem is visible from Mount Nebo on a "very clear day," however it is unclear if Nebo is visible from Jerusalem. (In other words, is this a literary invention based in reality?)
I am trying to find out if the Australian academic, Prof. Donald Daniel Leslie, the foremost scholar of the Chinese Jews of Kaifeng, is still alive. He would turn 99 this coming July. Please reply to email@example.com.
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The ASU Salo Wittmayer Baron Dissertation Award in Jewish Studies is made possible by a generous gift from Dr. Shoshana B. Tancer and Robert S. Tancer z"l. Named for Shoshana Tancer’s father, Professor Salo Wittmayer Baron, the most important Jewish historian in the 20th century, the award is given to the best dissertation in the field of Jewish History and Culture in the Americas. A $5,000 award is granted every three years. Dissertations completed at U.S. universities since the previous award was granted are eligible for submission.
I am writing on behalf of the Editorial Board of Essays in History (EiH) to announce that the journal is currently soliciting submissions for its upcoming fifty-fourth volume. We welcome submissions from scholars of Jewish history.