Casual Conversation with Professor Rachel Greenblatt, PhD

The Jewish Studies department will have a Casual Conversation on Tuesday, June 27 at 5pm, with Rachel L. Greenblatt, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer in the Jewish Studies deaprtment at Dartmouth and Judaica Librarian at Brandeis University. Refer to this link for more details about the event:  

Dr. Greenblatt comes highly recommended by her colleague, and a former guest for a Casual Conversation, Dartmouth Professor Susannah Heschel. Dr. Greenblatt's participation is due to Bruce Alpert's diligent efforts. Bruce is Chair of the Jewish Culture Group. The Jewish Culture Group welcomes all to attend this session.

Professor Rachel earned her Bachelor's degree in History at Cornell University and her Ph.D. in Jewish history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In addition to Dartmouth, she has taught at Harvard, Wesleyan, Brandeis, and St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH and has held fellowships at the University of Pennsylvania Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies and at the University of Connecticut Humanities Institute. She also enjoys delivering public lectures and teaching in adult and community education programs. She is the author of To Tell Their Children: Jewish Communal Memory in Early Modern Prague.