PUBLIC LECTURE: Daniel Staetsky, "The European Jewish Millennium: The Rise and Fall of Jewish Presence in Europe"

The Jewish Studies Program at Central European University (Budapest/Vienna) invites you to an on-line public lecture: 

THE EUROPEAN JEWISH MILLENNIUM: THE RISE AND FALL OF JEWISH PRESENCE IN EUROPE

Daniel Staetsky (Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Jewish Policy Research) 

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

18:00 CET 

Please register here: https://ceu-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJArdOuorzMsGtUeTcrhMwwYVJTC31KzwOPY 

Invitation: How Do Publishers 'Really' Decide Whether to Publish Your Book Manuscript?

Dear H-Judaic Readers,

I want to invite you to join us for the first interview of Academic Language Experts' ‘Publication Success Interview Series’, where we will discuss how publishers really decide whether to publish your manuscript.

Online Lecture Series: "Jews, Race, and Religion"

We are in the midst of what might be a major new chapter in the history of race relations in the United States, with untold numbers of protestors demanding that the country confront abiding race-based injustice. Among the consequences of this movement is a wider recognition of how race and racism are interwoven into all aspects of society, including government, education, health, and religion.

HBI Scholar in Residence Programs - Academic Year 2021/22 - Proposal Deadline: Tuesday, February 16, 2021

The Hadassah-Brandeis Institute invites proposals for the HBI Scholar in Residence Program for academic year 2021/2022. Scholars carrying out significant research and artistic projects in the field of Jewish women’s and gender studies are encouraged to apply. Residencies range from two months to the full academic semester.

 

Call for Art - AJS Perspectives Spring 2021: The Protest Issue

The editors of AJS Perspectives: The Magazine of the Association for Jewish Studies are seeking submissions of images of original artwork for the upcoming Protest Issue (Spring 2021). Photography, painting, drawing, comics, sculpture, textiles, installation, mixed media, and dance are welcome. Images should reflect the theme of "protest" through a Jewish lens, broadly defined.

Please upload images for consideration at:
https://forms.gle/1oCgwHHPbwufzQCM8

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