EVENT: Joshua Picard presents "The Precedents and Origin of Djerba's Or Torah Fund" at the Jewish Studies Colloquium on January 24

The next meeting of the Tauber Institute for the Study of Eupean Jewry's Jewish Studies Colloquium will feature Joshua Picard of Princeton University presenting the paper "The Precedents and Origin of Djerba's Or Torah Fund."

EVENT: Elisabeth Gallas presents "A Jewish Bill of Indictment: The New York Black Book of 1946" at the Jewish Studies Colloquium (November 8)

The next meeting of the Jewish Studies Colloquium will feature Elisabeth Gallas of the Leibniz Institute for Jewish History and Culture-Simon Dubnow, and current fellow at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, presenting the paper "A Jewish Bill of Indictment: The New York Black Book of 1946." The paper is available by request only. Email tauber@brandeis.edu.

EVENT: Elisabeth Gallas presents "A Jewish Bill of Indictment: The New York Black Book of 1946" at the Jewish Studies Colloquium (November 8)

The next meeting of the Jewish Studies Colloquium will feature Elisabeth Gallas of the Leibniz Institute for Jewish History and Culture-Simon Dubnow, and current fellow at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, presenting the paper "A Jewish Bill of Indictment: The New York Black Book of 1946." The paper is available by request only. Email tauber@brandeis.edu.

EVENT: Michal Bar-Asher Siegal presents "Ifra Hormiz: Talmudic Stories of the Persian Queen Mother and the Bavli's Redaction" at the Jewish Studies Colloquium (October 25)

The next meeting of the Jewish Studies Colloquium will feature Michal Bar-Asher Siegal, Associate Professor in the Goldstein-Goren Department of Jewish Thought at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, and current visiting professor at Yale Divinity School, presenting the paper "Ifra Hormiz: Talmudic Stories of the Persian Queen Mother and the Bavli's Redaction."

ANN: Na'ama Rokem presents "Pedagogy, Language, and Labor Politics in Kafka's Hebrew Notebooks" at the Jewish Studies Colloquium (September 13)

The next meeting of the Jewish Studies Colloquium will feature Na'ama Rokem, Associate Professor of Modern Hebrew Literature & Comparative Literature at the University of Chicago, presenting the paper "Pedagogy, Language, and Labor Politics in Kafka's Hebrew Notebooks."

EVENT: Na'ama Rokem presents "Pedagogy, Language, and Labor Politics in Kafka's Hebrew Notebooks" at the Jewish Studies Colloquium (September 13)

The next meeting of the Jewish Studies Colloquium will feature Na'ama Rokem, Associate Professor of Modern Hebrew Literature & Comparative Literature at the University of Chicago, presenting the paper "Pedagogy, Language, and Labor Politics in Kafka's Hebrew Notebooks."

ASLH 9th Annual Student Research Colloquium

2022 Student Research Colloquium

The American Society for Legal History will host the ninth annual Student Research Colloquium (SRC) on Wednesday, November 9, and Thursday, November 10, 2022, in Chicago, Illinois.  The SRC annually brings eight graduate students to the site of the ASLH annual meeting to discuss their in-progress dissertations or other research projects with each other and with ASLH-affiliated scholars.

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