All following events take place in Room 103 (7031 Freret St.) at 7pm, except where noted by an asterisk (*)
We will update events as more information becomes available.
Sunday, Oct. 6, Jack Kulgelmas (U of Florida) "Sifting the Ruins: Jewish Journalists Return to Poland, 1945-1947"
Monday, Oct. 28, Yehuda Halper (Tulane) "Was Aristotle Good for the Jews?"
Monday, Nov. 11, Mitchell Bard (Executive Director of American Israeli Cooperative Enterprise) "Fiddler on the Roof meets Exodus: Tevye in Palestine"
Monday, Nov. 25, Brian Horowitz (Tulane) "Jabotinsky and Violence, The True Story" CANCELLED
Monday Dec. 2, Michael Cohen (Tulane) “Cotton, Credit, and Capital: Niche Economies and the Rise of the Jewish Merchant Class in the Gulf South, 1840-1890.”
Monday, January 20, Ronna Burger (Tulane) "The Androgynous Adam"
Monday Feb. 10, Jennifer Richard (Tulane), "Passover and Politics: Remembering the Jewishness of Hannah Arendt"
Monday Feb. 24, Tom Beller (Tulane), "J.D. Salinger's late Barmitzva"
Friday, March 21, Strug Lecture, Robert Abzug "'Not in Our Town': Christians, Jews, and Skinheads in Billings, Montana, 1993-94" (co-sponsored by Judeo-Christian Institute) *12 noon
Sunday, March 23, Mini-Conference on Jewish Languages: David Goldstein, Michael Cohen, Yehuda Halper, Galen Marquis, Brian Horowitz *2PM
Monday, April 7, Laura Heins (Tulane) "Nazi Film - Melodrama"
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Performance and lecture on Mizrachi Jewish singing
Sept 29 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
7031 Freret (Jewish Studies)
The School of Liberal Arts had its annual end of the year picnic on May 2nd. The Jewish Studies Department attended this event that took place in Dixon Hall. During the picnic, various faculty and staff, including some in the Jewish Studies Department, received awards and earned recognition for their work throughout the year. More details and pictures can be found here.
May 17, 2013, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM, McAlister Auditorium. Click here for more details.
Dr. Joachim Von Puttkamer is a doctor, professor, and head of the Imre Kertsz Collegium for the Study of History of Central Europe, University of Jena. He came to Tulane to give a talk on March 4, 2013 about "Poland in 1989: Crisis and Transition."
From Feb. 17 - Feb. 18, the Tulane University Department of Jewish Studies held a conference featuring speakers from all over the world. The Keynote Lecture was by Zeev Sternhell who is a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Other speakers included Brian Horowitz, Michael Brenner, Esther Schor, Mark Steinberg, Dmitry Shumsky, William Brumfield, Maya Barzilai, Andrew Sloin, Michael Schlie, Nancy Sinkoff, Jason Dawsey, Taro Tsurumi. Click here for more information.
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