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  • Zachary Braiterman Lecture, Syracuse University
    Tuesday, July 25, 2017, 4:30 pm, Rockefeller 001
    Professor Braiterman is an American Jewish philosopher, best known for writing on the topics of Holocaust theology, Jewish thought, aesthetics, and Jewish art. He is also a professor of religion at Syracuse University.  He works in the field of modern Judaism. His research and teaching explore shifting aesthetic canons as they shape Jewish thought and culture from the 17th century until...

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  • If you haven’t read Hebrew since the rite-of-passage ceremony known as the bar mitzvah, customarily conducted at the age of 13, then a willfully obscure text of ancient Jewish mysticism is probably not the best means to reacquaint yourself with the language of the Old Testament. Yet there I was in a Northern California synagogue, trying to remember my alefs and daleds, less out of the famous guilt of my tribe than a curiosity about that text—the Zohar—and, more...

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  • How John Lewis became a hero for American Jews

    Prof. Susannah Heschel, the daughter of a rabbi who marched with Martin Luther King, tells how the Hebrew Bible inspired civil rights activists in the ‘60s. The message lives on.
    read more: https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/.premium.MAGAZINE-how-john-lewis-became-a-hero-for-american-jews-1.5486413

    To one...

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  • The Jewish Studies Program at Dartmouth, together with Andre Hunter '83 and Kelley Fowler Hunter '83 will host a screening of the documentary film "Joachim Prinz: I Shall Not Be Silent".

    Tuesday, January 24, 2017
    6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
    Room 001, Rockefeller Center

    Professor Susannah Heschel (Eli Black Professor of Jewish Studies) Dartmouth, and Alumni Andre Hunter '83 and Kelly Fowler Hunter '83, will host a screening of the documentary film,  "Joachim Prinz: I Shall Not...

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  • Early on in her Dartmouth experience, German studies major Veronica Williamson ’17 did a research internship that turned out to be less fulfilling than she had hoped. “I was sort of just drilling down into this dark hole in the internet, and I felt very isolated in that,” she says.

    But Williamson didn’t lose her interest in research. Fortunately, she found a mentor in Irene Kacandes, the Dartmouth Professor of German Studies and Comparative Literature—and was able to contribute to a...

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  • Wednesday, October 5, 2016, Location: Rockefeller, room 003, 4:45 pm

    Sylvie Anne Goldberg is a Brownstone Distinguished Visiting Professor in Jewish Studies at Dartmouth is the head of the Center of Jewish Studies at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) in Paris. Her research focuses on conceptual and cultural history of the Jews during medieval and early modern period.

    About the lecture: Understood as an objective measure of movement, time is both a...

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  • More than seven decades after WWII, Germany’s culture of remembrance of the Holocaust is strong and Jewish life in Germany is flourishing again.

     

    Dr. Ralf Horlemann has served Germany’s Foreign Service for more than two decades and has a rich experience in international security policy, transatlantic relations and Asian affairs. He took up his position as Consul General of Germany to New England in July 2015.

    During various assignments at headquarters...

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  • Lecturer: Matthew Nosanchuk, Senior Advisor, Ofice of Religion and Global Affairs, Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department of State

    Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    Moore Hall/Filene Auditorium, 4:30 pm

    Matt Nosanchuk has served in multiple capacities in the Obama Administration since 2009. From 2009-2012, he served as Senior Counselor to the Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Rights Division at the U.S. Department of Justice. From 2012-2013, he served as the Associate...

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  • Lecturer: Edwin Seroussi, Hebrew University, Jerusalem

    Tuesday, August 2, 2016, Moore Hall/Filene Auditorium, 4:30 pm

    Israel’s national anthem, Hatikvah (“The Hope”), is a perfect example of the early Zionist movement’s creative drive and haphazard, experimental character. It also exemplifies the elusiveness of the symbols of modern nation-states. The lecture will trace the history of the poem, its various iterations, and the music that was shaped to fit the poem. The political...

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