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.

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

Cross-posted from H-Judaic. Post published by Avinoam Patt

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.

New Publication – Before Archaeology: The Meaning of the Past in the Pre-Modern Islamic Thought (and After)

BEFORE ARCHAEOLOGY. THE MEANING OF THE PAST IN THE PRE-MODERN ISLAMIC THOUGHT (AND AFTER). Edited by Leonardo Capezzone, Atlas of the Ancient Near East 1, Sapienza-University of Rome, 2020. ISBN 978-88-7575-366-5

Holocaust Historiography: Past Present, Prof. Dan Michman 20.1.21 WGC

The Holocaust Studies Program

 Western Galilee College, Akko, Israel

honored to host

 Prof. Dan Michman, Bar Ilan University and Yad vashem 

 For a Virtual Conversation on

Holocaust Historiography: Past Present, Future

With Prof. Dan Stone, Royal Holloway, University of London

The event will take place on ZOOM,

VIRTUAL CONVERSATION: Holocaust Historiography: Past Present, Prof. Dan Michman 20.1.21 WGC

The Holocaust Studies Program

 Western Galilee College, Akko, Israel

honored to host

 Prof. Dan Michman, Bar Ilan University and Yad vashem 

 For a Virtual Conversation on

Holocaust Historiography: Past Present, Future

With Prof. Dan Stone, Royal Holloway, University of London

The event will take place on ZOOM,

CFP: Arabic Historiography, Narratives of Order, and Discourses of Sovereignty in late medieval Egypt and Syria

International Conference: Arabic Historiography, Narratives of Order, and Discourses of Sovereignty in late medieval Egypt and Syria (Closing conference of the ERC project MMS-II, UGent, Belgium, 2017-21) Cairo, November, 28-30, 2021

in cooperation with:

• Institut français d’archéologie orientale (IFAO)

• American University in Cairo (AUC)

• Nederlands-Vlaams Instituut in Caïro (NVIC)

Keynote speaker: Konrad Hirschler (FUBerlin)

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