The Revival of Judaism in World War II France and Its Postwar Impact
Israel’s national anthem, Hatikvah (“The Hope”), is a perfect example of the early Zionist movement’s creative drive and haphazard, experimental character.
Tuesday, August 2, 2016, 4:30 pm, Moore Hall/Filene Auditorium
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Susannah Heschel (center) argued that BU has an obligation to denounce Islamophobia. Stephen Prothero and Pamela Lightsey were also on the forum panel. Photos by Cydney Scott
The Jewish Studies Program was created by a vote of the faculty in 1997. We are located in Reed Hall, 15 North College Street. The Jewish Studies Program at Dartmouth College includes faculty members who are among the most highly respected scholars and teachers in the field. Their research and course offerings encompass a wide range, including biblical studies, rabbinics, medieval Jewish philosophy and mysticism, and modern Jewish history, thought, and literatures. Our classes are...
Lecturer: Edwin Seroussi, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Tuesday, August 2, 2016, Moore Hall/Filene Auditorium, 4:30 pm
Israel’s... Read more.
All That Are Left Of The House of Israel: The Revival of Judaism In World War II France And Its Postwar Impact
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Tuesday, July 19, 2016, Moore Hall, Filene Auditorium, 4:30 pm
"This lecture draws on Undeclared Wars with Israel: East Germany and the... Read more.
In his ground-breaking book, Year Zero, Professor Hillel Cohen, Visiting Professor of Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College, examines the violent... Read more.