Recorded Public Programs

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Jewish History and Culture

Conscious History: Polish Jewish Historians Before the Holocaust and Today

Nov. 4, 2021

Thinking Through Literature After Auschwitz | lecture series | part 1

The Impossible Art of Survival: the Poetry of Paul Celan | November 9, 2021

Thinking Through Literature After Auschwitz | lecture series | part 2

Ghost Writing: Phillip Roth, Franz Kafka and Bruno Schulz | Nov. 16, 2021

Thinking Through Literature After Auschwitz | lecture series | part 3

Poetry and prose after Auschwitz: a roundtable | Nov. 30, 2021

Jewish Genealogy | lecture series | part 1

They changed my name: immigration myths and mythologies | Dec. 7, 2021

Jewish Genealogy | lecture series | part 2

Challenges in Jewish Ancestral Research | Dec. 14, 2021

Jewish-Muslim relations through the ages: co-existence and conflict

2021 Lowe Family Research Conference | October 17, 2021

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Jewish-Muslim relations through the ages — Welcome

Session 1

Jews and Muslims in the Early-Modern Period: Continuity and Change

Session 2

Jewish Life among the Muslims in the Middle Ages

Session 3

Jews and Muslim Communities in Contemporary Europe

Session 4

Jews and Muslims in Modernity: Colonialism and Nationalism

Session 5

The Quran and Jewish-Muslim Relations Today

2021 Religion and Science

Religion and trust

Oct. 5, 2021

Relgion's role in evolution

Oct. 12, 2021

2021 Jewish Studies Today

Medieval/Early Modern

April 13, 2021


April 6, 2021

Judaism and Climate Change: Science, Theology, and Ethics

2021 Judaism, Science and Medicine Group Conference | February 28, 2021

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Session 1 - Keynote

Dr. Michael Anbar Memorial Keynote Lecture in Judaism, Science and Medicine

Session 2

Session 2:
Planetary Habitability: Earth and Beyond

Session 3

Session 3:
Climate Change and Environmental Health

Session 4

Session 4:
Environmental Activism

Session 5

Session 4:
Environmental Theology and Ethics

American Jewry’s Contemporary Scorecard

2021 Albert and Liese Eckstein Scholar-in-Residence | February 21, 2021

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Jeffrey Gurock, Libby M. Klaperman Professor of Jewish History, Yeshiva University

Anti-Semitism in Comparative Perspective: Recent Trends and Research Frontiers

2021 Lowe Family Research Workshop | January 25, 2021

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Session 1

The Jew In the Central European Imagination

Session 2

Middlemen Minorities and Pogroms in the Russian Empireh

Session 3

Anti-Semitism on Universities in the U.S.: A View from the Student Body

Session 4

Contemporary Left Anti-Semitism

Session 5

Anti-Semitism in Germany in the Time of Pandemic

Session 6

Explaining Ethnoreligious Minority Targeting: Variation in U.S. Anti-Semitic Event

2020 Jews and Judaism Today: Some Burning Issues

Lost in the Shoah: The Rescuing Power of Genealogy

December 1, 2020
Janette Silverman

Purim in DP Camps: How Holocaust Survivors Performed their Trauma

November 10, 2020
Tim Langille

The Future of Gender in Jewish Organizations

October 14, 2020
Madelaine Adelman

Jews, Race and Civil Rights

Anti-Semitism at ASU? Being Jewish on Campus

February 16, 2021

A History for Our Times

October 25, 2020
Cheryl Greenberg