September 14 Dr. Caryn Tamber-Rosenau - Rice ERJCC Lecture Series: Dinah's Long Shadow: Genesis 34 in Early Jewish Literature
September 18 Dr. Jonathan Kaplan - Rice ERJCC Lecture Series: Becoming Father Abraham
September 21 Dr. Matthias Henze - Rice ERJCC Lecture Series: The Prophet Jeremiah and his scribe Baruch
November 9 Dr. Sarah Stein - A Sephardic Journey Through the Twentieth Century
January 28 Brian Ogren Lecture - Kabbalah and the Founding of America
April 28 Avinoam Patt Lecture - "Like Sheep to the Slaughter?" The Holocaust, Israel, and the Enduring Power of an Image
October 6 Tamar Sella Lecture - Film, Music, and the Unfinished Story of Two Moroccan Jewish Artists
October 13 Daniella Farah Lecture - Creating Jewish Identity in Twentieth Century Iran
October 20 Daniel Cohen Lecture - The End of Philosemitism? Reflections on Contemporary America and Europe
November 1 Marcie Cohen Ferris Lecture - The Edible (Jewish) South
March 1 Pamela Nadell Lecture - America's Jewish Women
March 9 Elizabeth Campbell Lecture - Why the Nazis Looted Art and Why it Still Matters
March 24 Shaul Magid Lecture - Plagues and the Holocaust: Living with Divine Absence
March 31 Joshua Teplitsky Lecture - Contagion, Crisis and Culture: Jewish Ritual Life in Early Modern Plague Epidemics
April 7 Susan Einbinder Lecture - After the Black Death: Plague & Commemoration Among Iberian Jews
April 12 Jason Lustig Lecture - Why Jewish History Matters: Podcasts and Public History in Pandemic Times
September 9 Joshua Furman - Lecture: Black-Jewish Relations in the Lone Star State: Lessons and Perspectives from Texas Jewish History
September 23 Yolanda Savage-Narva - Lecture: Starting at Home: Building an Intercultural Jewish Community While Becoming Anti-Racist
September 30 David Segal - Lecture: Race, Voting Rights & The 2020 Election
October 21 Kenneth Hoffman and Anna Tucker - Lecture: Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience
November 4 Guy Sharett Lecture - Text and the City: A Hebrew Lesson Through the Streets of Tel Aviv
November 5 John Schwartz Lecture and Film Screening - This is our Home, It Is Not For Sale
November 11 David Biespiel Lecture - A Place of Exodus: Home, Memory, and Texas
November 24 Amanda Eichenbaum, Abbie Kamin, Sherry Merfish Discussion: RBG: Champion of the Rights of Others
December 1 David Dow Discussion: Justice Ginsburg's Formalistic and Moderate Approach to Criminal Justice
December 8 Laura Oren, Leandra Zarnow Discussion: The Making of Notorious RBG
January 21 Yehonatan Indursky - Lunch and Discussion: Shtisel and Modern Israeli Television
January 22 Opening Reception for Beyond Duty installation in Rayzor Hall Lobby
February 6 Josh Lambert - Lecture: Antisemitism, Pornography, and American Jews
February 19 Hanna Yablonka - Lecture: Mizrahi Jews and the Holocaust
February 28 Aaron Koller - Lunch and Discussion: The Invention of the Alphabet
March 2 Bryan Stone - Lecture: Through Galveston into the Hinterland: The Galveston Movement Immigrants and the Communities They Entered
September 13 Eric Hilgendorf - Lunch & Discussion: Antisemitism and Hate Speech in Germany Today - What Can We Do?
September 11 Dr. Maya Soifer Irish - Rice ERJCC Lecture Series: Better Under Edom Than Ishmael: Jewish Migrations from Islamic to Christian Spain in the Middle Ages
September 18 Dr. Charles McDonald - Rice ERJCC Lecture Series: The ‘Return’ That Wasn’t: Spain’s 2015 Sephardic Citizenship Law”
September 25 Dr. Gisela Heffes - Rice ERJCC Lecture Series: Shaping Jewish Identity in Argentina from the Late 19th Century to the Present
October 24 Leela Corman - Lunch and Discussion: The Future of the Graphic Novel
October 25 Leela Corman - Shabbat Dinner
October 31 Rachel Gross - Lunch and Discussion: Referendum on the Deli Menu: American Jewish Nostalgia and the Deli Revival
November 4 Julie Orringer - Lunch and Discussion: Time Machines: Animating the Past in Fiction
April 12 Elana Shohamy – Lunch & Discussion: Multilingualism in Israel
April 3 Nir Baram – Ideals and Reality: How My One Year Journey in the West Bank Changed my Political View
March 21 Martina Steer – A Jewish Memory Without Jews: Germany and the Mendelssohn Myth after 1945
March 4 Laura Eve Engel – The Future is Coming and We're All In It: Poetry and Lot's Wife
February 22 Stephanie Frank – Lunch & Discussion: Unveiling the Theory of Religion in France's Treatment of Religious Minorities
February 11 Shachar Pinsker – Lunch & Discussion: Urban Cafes, the Public Sphere and Modern Jewish Culture
February 4 Shari Rabin – Picturing Southern Jews: Family Portraits, History, and Identity
January 29 Meir Shalev – Lecture & Discussion: The Book of Ruth
January 25 Dory Manor & Moshe Sakal – Dinner & Discussion: LGBT Issues in the Middle East
November 6 Rachel Kadish – The Weight of Ink: When Novels Explore Lost History
October 24 Tehila Hakimi – Reading & Discussion: A Woman in the Work Place
October 23 Joshua Furman – Rice-ERJCC Lecture Series: The Beth Jacob Banner and Houston Jews in WWII
October 21 Rabbi Jimmy Kessler – Rice-ERJCC Lecture Series: You Mean There Really Are Jews in Texas?
October 11 Dean Franco – The Border and the Line: The Ethics and Politics of the Neighbor in Jewish Los Angeles
September 26 JSSA – Babka & Boba: Learn about the Program in Jewish Studies
September 6 Melissa Weininger – JSSA Lunch Break: Mizrahi Women in Israeli Culture
April 9 Rachel Harris – Warriors, Witches, and Whores: Women in Israeli Cinema
April 5 Katie Webber – JSSA Lunch Break: LGBT Inclusion and Identity in Jewish Community
March 27 Gisela Heffes – JSSA Lunch Break: Writing Jewish in Argentina
March 26 Yehuda Sharim – I Don't Trust Your Camera, But I Trust You: The Poetics and Politics of Representing U.S. Immigrant and Refugee Realities
March 21 Hana Ajiashvili – Performance & Discussion: Silent Prayer
March 6 Rodney Werline – Prayer and Crisis in Early Judaism
March 6 Leon Dow – Saying, Writing, Doing: Understanding the Relationship Between Jewish Law and the Torah
February 26 Ivan Cherjovsky – Film Screening & Discussion: The Jerusalem of Argentina
February 23 Maya Gelfman & Roie Avidan – Mind the Heart: A Worldwide Street Art Project Promoting Mindfulness, on a Path Dictated by Serendipity
February 14 Reuven Hazan – A Tale of Two Democracies: The United States and Israel
February 2 Ruby Namdar – Shabbat Dinner & Discussion: The Ruined House
January 30 Rabbi Geoff Mitelman – How Do We Talk About Science and Religion
January 29 Hanoch Piven – Artist Workshop
January 23 Matthias Henze – JSSA Lunch Break: "The Jewish Origins of Christianity"
December 3 The Great Latke Hamantash Debate (co-sponsored with Chabad and Houston Hillel)
November 14 JSSA Lunch Break with Sonia Hamer '18 "A Journey from Europe to Japan on the Trans-Siberian Railroad"
November 9 Rabbi Marshal Klaven of Congregation B’nai Israel: "Full Exposure: The Revealing Picture of the Historical Jewish Engagement with Tattooing"
November 4 “Lessons in Seeing” film by Jewish Studies faculty Yehuda Sharim
November 3 “We are in it” film by Jewish Studies faculty Yehuda Sharim
October 27 Dorit Rabinyan – Shabbat dinner and reading/discussion about her novel “All the Rivers”
October 17 JSSA Lunch Break with Joshua Furman: “Jewish Illegal Immigration to the U.S.”
October 15, 18, 22 Rice-ERJCC Lecture Series - The American Zionist Evolution: Reinterpreting Prevailing Ideas About Israel
September 11 JSSA Lunch Break with David Cook: “Maimonides’ Life and Present-Day Judaism”
September 8 Rabbi Dav Greenberg: "What is Chassidism?"
May 8 (San Antonio) Barshop JCC Author Speaker Series - Melissa Weininger: “Women and War in Israeli Culture” For tickets and information, visit www.jccsanantonio.org/authorspeakerseries
April 27 Lecture: Phillip Wexler “The Social is Spiritual: Beyond the Critique of Tolerance” (co- sponsored by Boniuk Institute for Religious Tolerance)
April 13 JSSA Lunch Break with Melissa Weininger “The New Israeli Poetry”
April 5 Melissa Weininger: “Jesus in the Jewish Imagination: Representations of Christianity in Modern Jewish Culture” | Holliday Forum, Manship School of Mass Communication, Louisiana State University Jewish Studies
April 3 Lunch & Learn: Rabbi Kenny Weiss “Jewish Humor and Culture in Mad Magazine”
March 27 Lunch & Learn: Dr. Christine Hayes “Law & Virtue in Ancient Jewish Sources”
March 8 Brian Ogren “Thoughts on the Beginning, and the Beginning of Tolerance" (co-sponsored by Boniuk Institute for Religious Tolerance)
February 26 JSSA visit Holocaust Museum Houston with guided tour and Q&A session
February 22 Yidlife Crisis: the comedy duo Jamie Elman and Eli Batalion (co-sponsor: Houston Hillel)
February 20 Lunch & Learn: Rabbi Mychal Copeland, Director of Interfaith Family "The View of the LGBTQI Struggle From the Inside of American Religious Tradition" (co-sponsored by Houston Hillel, CSWGS, and Boniuk Institute for Religious Tolerance)
February 16 JSSA Lunch Break with Dr. Maya Soifer Irish "Antisemitic Populism in Fourteenth-Century Seville"
January 30 History Department Brown Bag Seminar: Joshua Furman "The Making of a Suburban Shtetl: How Meyerland Became Houston's Jewish Neighborhood"
January 26 Lunch & Learn: Abdullah Antepli: "Between the (Dome of the) Rock and a Hard Place: Jewish-Muslim Relations on U.S. campuses" (co-sponsored by Boniuk Institute for Religious Tolerance)
November 14 Ambassador Bahij Mansour “Minorities in the Middle East”
November 4 Lunch & Learn: Matti Friedman, author of "Pumpkinflowers: A Soldier’s Story"
October 31 Lunch & Learn: Robert Erlewine “The Prophetic Mind: Abraham Joshua Heschel and the God of Pathos”
October 27 Lunch & Learn: Ori Shavit "Israel's Food Revolution" (co-sponsored by Houston Hillel)
October 20 JSSA Lunch Break with Dr. Brian Ogren “The Creation of the First Human”
September 24 Houston premiere of film "we are in it" by Jewish Studies faculty Yehuda Sharim
(co-sponsored by Kinder Institute for Urban Studies and Multicultural Community Relations)
September 21 Lunch & Learn: Gil Hoffman "Peace Politics, and Plutonium: A Maven's Guide to the Mayhem in the Middle East" (co-sponsored by Houston Hillel)
September 20 Babka & Boba: Rice Jewish Studies Minor Information Session
September 15 JSSA to attend Boniuk Institute event Leah Lax and her memoir “Uncovered: How I left Hasidic Life and Came Home”
September 8 JSSA Lunch Break with Josh Furman “Coming to America: Letters from New York’s Lower East Side”
May 1-2 Texas Jewish Studies Research Triangle Consortium Retreat
April 13 Lunch & Learn with David Krohn "The World of Yiddish Music"
March 29 Lunch & Learn with Shayna Sheinfeld: "Jewish Apocalyptic Visions of the End"
March 23 JSSA Lunch Break with Matthias Henze: "The Jewish Jesus"
March 19 - 20 Inside/Outside Yiddish Conference
March 12 Jewish Studies Student Association (JSSA) Deli Night
February 24 Sayed Kashua lecture and discussion: "Writing as Activism"
February 23 Lecture held at the ERJCC. "On Truth and Fiction: An Evening with Sayed Kashua."
February 14 Yom Limmud, or Day of Jewish Learning. Drs. Matthias Henze and Joshua Furman among the presenters.
February 8 Lunch & Learn with Emmanuel Navon: "Israel as a Jewish State: Compatible with Democracy and Minority Rights?"
January 27 Lunch & Learn with Yossi Chajes entitled "The Old New Age: Jewish and Christian Kabbalah in the Seventeenth Century"
January 25 Lecture by Yehuda Sharim: "H in Motion"
January 24 (San Antonio) Dr. Joshua Furman presents a lecture entitled "Justice Shall You Pursue," at the Barshop Jewish Community Center of San Antonio
December 3 Final meeting of Houston Area Seminar in History, featuring a discussion of Joshua Furman's paper entitled,"Dissecting the 'December Dilemma': Post-WWII Rabbinical Opinions on Jewish Participation in Christmas Celebrations.
November 15 JSSA visit to Museum of Fine Aets Houston to tour the exhibit, "Roman Vishniac Rediscovered"
November 9 Lunch & Learn with Jonathan Eig, "The Birth of the Pill"
November 1 On-stage interview of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks by Matthias Henze
October 29 JSSA film screening, "The Dybbuk," and discussion with Dr. Melissa Weininger
October 29 JSSA Lunch Break, featuring a discussion with Dr. Joshua Furman on the 1950s American Jewish comic, "Joey and His Friends"
October 27 Lunch & Learn with Paula Eisenstein Baker, "A Musical Mystery"
October 18, 21, and 25 7th Annual Rice/ERJCC Lecture Series, "After War: Dynamics of Jewish Christian Relations"
October 19 Lunch & Learn with Rabbi Adam M. Allenberg, "Lighting Lamps in the Darkness: Processing the Violence of 2015."
September 18 JSSA Lunch Break, featuring a discussion with Dr. Melissa Weininger on the poem, "Yom Kippur 1967"
April 7 Lunchtime lecture, "Between Ritual and Redemption: Considering the Passover Seder in a Time of Jewish sovereignty," by Rabbi Jason Rubenstein
February 12 "Paper Dolls," film and discussion with Dr. Yehuda Sharim at the ERJCC.
February 5 Lunch lecture, "How Culture Crosses Boundaries," by Shaanan Streett
February 4 Lunch lecture, "The Sense of Torah," by Talya Fishman
January 21 Lunch workshop, "Orolam Workshop," by Lior Ben-Hur
November 7 Program in Jewish Studies reception for Rice University's Homecoming.
November 6 Lunch lecture, "A Brief Tour of Yiddishland," by Maurice Wolfthal
October 29 "Iraq n'Roll," taught by Dr. Yehuda Sharim. Part of the Jewish Living and Learning Classes and Programs at the ERJCC
October 23 "Iraq N' Roll, The Politics of Music in Israeli Culture." Film viewing and discussion of modern Israeli culture led by Dr. Yehuda Sharim.
October 7, 14, 19 Rice/JCC Annual Lecture Series 2014: Authentic Judaism? Questions of Culture, Language, and History
September 18 Lunch lecture, "Language, Longing, and Belonging," by Ayelet Tsabari.
May 6 Lecture given by Melissa Weininger at the JCC as part of their Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel Independence Day) Celebration titled, "What is the Promised Land? Diaspora, Jewish Nationalism, and the State of Israel."
April 27 Conference, "The Rest is Commentary: New Work on Ancient Jewish Texts 2"
March 19 Watch the National Geographic film Inside Jerusalem's Holiest Places, followed by dinner and conversation. Moderated by Dr. Maher Awad, Dr. Melissa Weininger, and Dr. Yehuda Sharim
February 26 Lunch Lecture: Guy Cohen, "The Connection of Israeli Arts & Culture to the American Southwest"
January 28 Lunch Lecture: Professor Jeffrey Woolf, "And I Shall Dwell in their Midst: God's Presence and Sacred Space Among Medieval Franco-German Jews"
November 18 Eyal Shecter Acoustic Solo Performance
November 15 Rice Jewish Studies Homecoming Reception
November 7 "The Scribes of the Dead Sea Scrolls" presentation by Emanuel Tov J. L. Magnes Professor Emeritus of Bible Hebrew University of Jerusalem
November 4 Shelley Wachsmann Lunchtime Lecture
November 4-5 Rockwell Religious Studies Symposium "Eternity, Epoch, and Soul: Jewish Mystical Notions of Time
November 3 Professor Jonathan Garb of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem presents: "The Way of Pleasure and the Way of Doubt: Hasidic Inner Work"
October 27 Jewish Women's University for a day
October 8, 22, and 29 "Monsters of the Jewish Imagination" lecture series at Beth Israel Synagogue
October 6, 13, and 20 The Jewish Art of War: A Historical Survey lecture series
October 3 Michael Marmur Lunchtime Lecture
June 20, July 25, August 22 Summer Israeli Film Series Presented by the Evelyn Reubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston, in collaboration with the Consolate General of Israel to the Southwest.
May 19 Matthias Henze- Lecture on the Cyrus Cylinder in the Brown Auditorium of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
January 31 "Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum in Berlin between the Struggles of the Cole War and the Pains of Reunification" by Paul Jaskot, professor of Art History at DePaul University and Visiting Autrey Professor in the Humaities Research Center of Rice University.
November 6 "The Mossad: The Greatest Missions of the Israeli Secret Service" with Michael Bar Zohar at the 40th Annual Jewish Book & Arts Fair at the JCC.
November 7 "Music as a Universal Language" with David Broza. Humanities Room 119. Open to the public.
November 11 "The Future of the Jews: How Global Forces are Impacting the Jewish People, Israel, and its Relationship with the United States" with Stuart Eizenstat at the 40th Annual Jewish Book & Arts Fair at the JCC.
Every Monday October 8-November 12 Jesus and Judaism at the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies, with lectures by Matthias Henze, April DeConick, Rachel Havrelock, Shira Lander, Melissa Weininger, and Zev Garber.
Every Tuesday October 16-November 13 Israeli Literature as a Window into Israeli Society, a JCC-Melton course taught by Melissa Weininger.
October 8 Rice/JCC Annual Lecture Series 2012: "Three Views of Philip Roth: Portnoy's Complaint, The Ghost Writer, and The Plot Against America" by Terrence Doody. More information can be found here.
October 11 Centennial Reception featuring the exhibit "A Century of Jewish Life at Rice" from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM in the 2nd Floor foyer of the Humanities Building at Rice University.
October 17 Rice/JCC Lecture Series 2012: "Neither Here Nor There: Gender in Modern Hebrew and Yiddish Literature" by Melissa Weininger. More information can be found here.
October 24 Rice/JCC Lecture Series 2012: "Biographies of Moses in German Exile Literature" by Klaus Weissenberger. More information can be found here.
September 6 "From Jesus to Adler and Beyond: Rollo May and the Interpenetration of Religion and Psychology in American Culture" by Robert Abzug, Radkey Regents Professor and Director of Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Texas
September 12 "The Last Address: Traces of Family and History in Memory and Montage" by Leslie Starobin, Professor of Photography and Photo-History at Framingham State University
April 13 "Spinoza on Emotions and Ethics" by Dr. Emilio De Tommaso, Post-doctoral Fellow at the University of Calabira (Italy) Humanities Building 118. Open to the public.
April 2 "Recovering the Soul: Psychology of Religion and Modern Kabbalah" by Jonathan Garb, Herring Hall Room 100. Free and open to the public.
March 19-April 16 "The Book was Better: Jewish Literature from Page to Screen" taught by Melissa Weininger at the JCC Houston
Monday, January 30, 2012 12:00 PM "Women in Israel: A discussion with Deputy Consul General Maya Kadosh" Lunch provided. Humanities Building, Room 120. Reservations required by Jan. 27. Send an email with your name and Kadosh Event in the subject line to email@example.com Click here to see a flyer with more information.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012 7:00 PM Tolle Lege Series "Jewish Apocalypticism in Late First Century Israel: Reading Second Baruch in Context" by Matthias Henze. Kyle Morrow Room, 3rd Floor, Fondren Library
Thursday, January 19, 2012 8:30 PM Study Break with free pizza, soda, and cookies! All students welcome! Lovett Lounge, 3rd Floor, Fondren Library
Monday, September 12, 2011 8:00 PM Rice/JCC 2011 Annual Lecture Series: "The Ladino Speakers: Language and Identity" by Luisa Kluger
Monday, September 19, 2011 8:00 PM Rice/JCC 2011 Annual Lecture Series:"Images of Judaic Culture in Medieval and Early Modern Spanish Literature" by Carl Atlee
Monday, September 26, 2011 8:00 PM Rice/JCC 2011 Annual Lecture Series: "Convivencia between Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Medieval Spain" by Maya Soifer Irish
Thursday, September 22, 2011 8:00 PM A Taste of Jewish Studies Study Break
Sunday, April 10, 2011 - Sunday, April 11, 2011 4:00 PM - 1:00 PM Remembering Edith Wyschogrod’s Philosophy Conference
Thursday, April 7, 2011 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Jewish Perspectives: Immigration and Ethnicity in Israel by Zvi Gitelman, Preston Tisch Professor of Judaic Studies and professor of political science
Thursday, March 31, 2011 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Jewish Perspectives: An Overview of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict by Itamar Rabinovich, Ettinger Chair of Contemporary Middle Eastern History and former president of Tel Aviv University
Thursday, March 24, 2011 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Jewish Perspectives: Changing Paradigms in the Arab-Israeli Conflict by S. Ilan Troen, Stoll Family Professor in Israel Studies
Thursday, March 17, 2011 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Jewish Perspectives: lsrael in the News by Dr. Yoram Peri, Abraham S. and Jack Kay Chair in Israel Studies
Thursday, March 10, 2011 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Jewish Perspectives: Fundamentals of the Israeli Political and Party System by Dr. Naday Shelef, Professor of Israel Studies and assistant professor of political science
Thursday, March 10, 2011 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Aryan Struggle: “How A Czech Tabloid Contributed to the Holocaust and How Its Authors Were Punished Afterwards” by Benjamin Frommer, History Associate Professor at Northwestern University
Thursday, March 3, 2011 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Jewish Perspectives: Jewish Philosophy and Ethics and the State of Israel by Dr. Donniel Hartman, President of Shalom Hartman Institute in Israel
Thursday, February 24, 2011 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Jewish Perspectives: Anti-Semitism, Past and Present by Dr. Shira Lander
Thursday, February 17, 2011 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Jewish Perspectives: Judaism in the Second Temple Period by Dr. Matthias Henze
Tuesday, February 8, 2011 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Violence between Jews and Christians in Early 5th Century Alexandria
Sunday, December 5, 2010 9:00 AM - 11:00 AMA Weekend of Learning with Matthias Henze: “Judaism in the Time of Jesus"
Saturday, December 4, 2010 11:15 AM - 1:15 PM A Weekend of Learning with Matthias Henze: “Judaism and the Dead Sea Scrolls"
Friday, December 3, 2010 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM A Weekend of Learning with Matthias Henze: "Judaism in the Time of the Maccabbees"
Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:00 PM - 9:30 PMRice/JCC Lecture Series: Imagining Jerusalem in Late Medieval and Renaissance Art
Wednesday, October 27, 2010 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM The History of Anti-Semitism: Part III: Muslim and Modern Anti-Judaism
Thursday, October 21, 2010 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM Rice/JCC Lecture Series: Heavenly Jerusalem in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature
Wednesday, October 20, 2010 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM The History of Anti-Semitism: Part II: Christian Anti-Judaism
Thursday, October 14, 2010 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM Rice/JCC Lecture Series: The Earthly Jerusalem: Judean, Roman, and Byzantine Remains of the Holy City
Wednesday, October 13, 2010 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM The History of Anti-Semitism: Part I: Greco-Roman Anti-Judaism
Wednesday, September 29, 2010 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Jews 'n' Comics
Sunday, September 26, 2010 Tal Zilber Piano Concert
Monday, April 12, 2010 Praying In Her Own Voice: The Struggle of the Women of the Wall for Freedom of Worship in Israel
Monday, March 15, 2010 Crossing Borders: Visualizing Jewish/Christian and Jewish/Muslim Relations in Medieval and Early Modern Times
Monday, March 15, 2010 Which is the Merchant here, and Which the Jew?’: Shakespeare’s Jewish Questions
Sunday, March 14, 2010 Becoming Visual: The Emergence of the Visible Jewess in Later Medieval Art
Saturday, February 6, 2010 Cultural Art Series: Bezalel School Artifacts in the Mollie and Louis Kaplan Museum
Monday, February 1, 2010 “Between Inner-biblical and Extra-biblical Interpretation” Lecture
Thursday, January 28, 2010 The Early Zionist Artists: Utopian Ideas in the Modern Land of Israel (Part 3)
Sunday, January 24, 2010 Between Worlds: Jewish Music in Contemporary, Secular America
Thursday, January 21, 2010 The Early Zionist Artists: Utopian Ideas in the Modern Land of Israel (Part 2)
Sunday, January 17, 2010 Max Bruch's Kol Nidrei: A German Protestant writes Sacred Jewish Music
Thursday, January 14, 2010 The Early Zionist Artists: Utopian Ideas in the Modern Land of Israel (Part 1)
Sunday, January 10, 2010 Salomone Rossi: A Jewish Composer in the Italian Court