Jewish Studies Center

Past Events


                                                                      SPRING 2016

                                                       Wednesday, February 24th
The Wasserman Jewish Studies Center Film Series Presents:

A spellbinding mystery of identity, illusion, and deception unfolds against the turmoil of post-World War II Germany in the stunning new film from acclaimed director Christian Petzold (Barbara, Jerichow). Nelly (Nina Hoss), a German-Jewish nightclub singer, has survived a concentration camp, but with her face disfigured by a bullet wound. After undergoing reconstructive surgery, Nelly emerges with a new face, one similar but different enough that her former husband, Johnny (Ronald Zehrfeld), doesn't recognize her. Rather than reveal herself, Nelly walks into a dangerous game of duplicity and disguise as she tries to figure out if the man she loves may have been the one who betrayed her to the Nazis. Evoking the shadows and haunted mood of post-war Berlin, Phoenix weaves a complex tale of a nation's tragedy and a woman's search for answers as it builds towards an unforgettable, heart-stopping climax.

Location: Engelman Recital Hall at Baruch College, 55 Lexington Ave.Entrance on E. 25th St. between Lexington & 3rd Aves.
Time: 5:30 -7:30 PM
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                                                           Thursday, March 17th
                  The Wasserman Jewish Studies Center Film Series Presents:
                                                                         "The Flat"

The flat, on the third floor of a Bauhaus building in Tel Aviv, was where Arnon Goldfinger's grandparents lived since they immigrated to Palestine. Were it not for the view from the windows, one might have thought that the flat was in Berlin . . . furnished with heavy European pieces and bookcases filled with the best of German literature. Then, at age ninety-eight, his grandmother died. Objects, pictures, letters, and documents awaited, revealing the complex lives of his grandparents Gerda and Kurt Tuchler, as well as clues to a troubled and painful past.                   

Location: Engelman Recital Hall at Baruch College, 55 Lexington Ave.Entrance on E. 25th St. between Lexington & 3rd Aves.
Time: 12:30 – 2:30 PM
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                                                               Tuesday March 22nd
          David Engel, Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, New York University       "              "The Ideological Roots of the Holocaust: Ancient, Medieval, or Modern?”
                    Lecture to be followed by comments from artist Mark Podwahl.

Location: 55 Lexington Ave, Room 14-270
Time: 5:30 – 7 PM        

The Queens College Center for Jewish Studies is co-sponsoring the Podwal Exhibition Events with the Godwin-Ternbach Museum. This event Isco-sponsored with the Godwin-Ternbach Museum.

                                                               Monday, April 4th
           Avi Tchamni, Professor of Music, University of California, Santa Cruz
                      “Babylonian Roots: The Musical Heritage of Iraqi Jews”

The first half of the 20th century saw a flourish of popular songs in Iraq, much of it created by Jewish musicians and composers. Perhaps most famous among them were the Al-Kuwaity brothers, who revolutionized the genre and contributed hundreds of songs still heard to this day throughout the Arab world. With the mass immigration to Israel in beginning of the 1950s, this extensive repertoire of songs was brought to the now-new homeland, together with the rich tradition of sacred synagogue music.

Location: 55 Lexington Ave, Room 14-270
Time: 5:30 PM

                                                                  Thursday, April 7th
            Dovid Katz, Professor of Yiddish Language, Literature and Culture,
                      Independent Author, Researcher, Lecturer, Scholar
                                          “25 Years on the Road in Eastern Europe:
                                  Search for Yiddish Mohicans in the Old Country”;

Yiddish as a Toy of Far-Right Holocaust Revisionists in 21st Century Vilnius
The 21st Century; Incarnation of Holocaust Denial: “Double Genocide”
21st Century (Western) “Useful Jewish Idiots” (UJIs) in Eastern Europe

Location: 55 Lexington Ave, Room 11-150
Time: 12:30 – 2 PM


                                                           Tuesday, April 19th
                               The Wasserman Jewish Studies Center presents:
              “Dissent and Dissension:Approaching Ultra-Orthodoxy”

 Panel I – 9:30 AM – 11:00 PM
“Unpacking 'Ultra-Orthodoxy':
Historical and Sociological Perspectives on Haredi Jewry"
Chaya Rachel Nove, City University of New York
Nancy Sinkoff, Rutgers University
Samuel Heilman, City University of New York

Moderator: Zalman Newfield, New York University

Panel II – 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM
“The Body and Selfhood: Gender, Identity and Ultra-Orthodoxy”

Ayala Fader, Fordham University
Fraidy Reiss, Unchained at Last
Lynn Davidman, The University of Kansas
Mordechai Levovitz, JQY

Moderator: Lani Santo

Panel III – 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
“Public vs. Private: Education, Governance and Ultra-Orthodox Communities”

Matty Lichtenstein, University of California, Berkeley
Naftuli Moster, YAFFED
Matthew Williams, Stanford University
Richard Hull, New York Universit

Moderator: Miriam Lipsius, Ramapo College

Panel IV – 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
“Go and Tell: Leaving Ultra-Orthodoxy and Storytelling”

A Panel Discussion with Former Ultra-Orthodox Authors and Memoirists
Featuring Judy Brown, Shulem Deen, and Leah Vincent
Thanks to Footsteps for their help with this panel

Moderator: Jeffrey Schandler, Rutgers University

Keynote Address - 8:00 PM-9:00 PM
Nathan Englander, Author and Novelist

Interviewed by Ezra Cappell, University of Texas

Location: Engelman Recital Hall, 55 Lexington Avenue, NYC
Audience entrance on E. 25th St. between Lexington & 3rd Aves.
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                                                                 Tuesday, May 3rd
     Eugene Marlow, Professor, Department of Journalism & The Writing Professions
                                  "Reflections on Zikkaron/Kristallnacht”
Jewish Studies Center

Location: VC 14-285
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM



                                                           Fall 2015 Events

                                                 Thursday, September 10th, 2015
                                                            "View from Elsewhere"
                    Film Screening and Talk Back Discussion with artist Jenny Perlin

Jewish Studies CenterWhat kind of violence is exile? There is the exile by choice, and the one who is forced from home. There is the refugee who later becomes an exile. There is the visitor whose country dissolves in his wake. There are families and individuals, separated by space, by politics; by history. An exile lives a double life, here and not-here. Who speaks in this film? Teachers, workers, students, parents, long-term residents, asylum-seekers, people with families and with friends. View from Elsewhere was commissioned by the Expo 02 in Switzerland. Perlin frames the film with the story of her own great-grandmother, a poor Jewish woman who came to New York from Eastern Europe in the 1880s, using language to describe her migration that connects to the ways we understand these movements today.

Location: 55 Lexington Avenue, Room 14-230
Time: 3:00 – 4:30 PM


                                                        Monday, September 21st, 2015
                                                                   "Brilliantly Twisted"
Conversations with New Yorker Cartoonists Arnie Levin, Sam Gross and Richard Gehr                                                                                                                                                

                     Jewish Studies Center
Join us for an evening with three iconic artists. Richard Gehr, Arnie Levin and Sam Gross will discuss the rich history of cartoons, reflecting on their work and its unique connection to New York's geography, landmarks and people.

Location: 55 Lexington Avenue, Room 14-270
Time: 5:30 PM



                                                            Thursday, October 8th, 2015
                                                           "Surviving the Angel of Death"
                                 The True Story of a Mengele Twin in Auschwitz

Jewish Studies Center Join us for what promises to be a very moving and thought-provoking discussion with Auschwitz survivor Eva Kor. While her parents and two older sisters were taken to the gas chambers, she and her twin, Miriam, were herded into the care of the man known as the Angel of Death, Dr. Josef Mengele. Subjected to sadistic medical experiments, she was forced to fight daily for her and her twin's survival.

In presenting this event, we are very grateful for the generosity of Ruth O'Hara and Mildred Weissman.

Location: 151 East 25th Street, Newman Library, Seventh Floor, Rooms 750 and 760
Time: 5:30 PM                                   


                                                       Monday, October 19th, 2015
                                    "Dublin Jewish Spaces, Faces and Places"
An Illustrated History of the Jewish Community of Dublin
                                   From the Time of Cromwell to the Present Day
                                                               Dr. Melanie Brown

Dr. Melanie Brown co-ordinates the ongoing Dublin Oral History Project, a voluntary undertaking whose remit is to chart the lived experience of Dublin’s Jewish community in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, of which she is a part. The Dublin Jewish Oral History Project was conceived by the Jewish Representative Council of Ireland in 2010, as a response to the imperative to capture life stories of members of the aging and rapidly diminishing Jewish community of Dublin. Dr. Brown was invited to coordinate this project on a voluntary basis in 2011, with over forty interviews conducted since, mainly in Dublin but also in the UK, the USA, Canada and Israel. Among the themes which have emerged are Jewish communal, religious and secular life in Dublin; education; emigration; philo-Semitism and anti-Semitism in Ireland.Dr. Brown was formerly the Composer-in-Residence with the National Chamber Choir of Ireland, and is currently a Local Centre Examiner at the Royal Irish Academy of Music, Dublin. Her principal research interests include Irish Jewish culture and identity, and both oral and documented Jewish history in Ireland from 1660 to the present, topics upon which she frequently presents and publishes to an international audience.** Free lunch is provided **

Location: Rosenthal Library, 5th FloorQueens College, CUNY  
Time: Free Hour, 12:15-1:40 p.m.

                                                       Tuesday, October 20th, 2015
                                                                  "Watchers of the Sky"

                                                      This event is will be held as part of
      The Wasserman Jewish Studies Center Film Series at Baruch College

About the Film: Inspired by Samantha Power’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book, A Problem From Hell, Academy-Award-nominated filmmaker Edet Belzberg brings viewers to once inaccessible places and introduces indelible characters—all of them working to fight one of history’s most incorrigible realities. The film interweaves four modern stories while uncovering the forgotten life of Raphael Lemkin, the tenacious lobbyist who created the word “genocide,” and believed the law could protect the world from mass atrocities. Watchers of the Sky takes the viewer on an unforgettable journey, from Nuremberg to Rwanda, from Bosnia to Darfur; and perhaps most importantly, from apathy to action.

Featuring: Producer Kerry Propper has been on board as producer and visionary of Watchers of the Sky since its conception in 2005. He is also the founder of The Watchers of the Sky Initiative, a foundation dedicated to educating people about genocide and humanitarian concerns.Kerry serves on the Executive Board of Voices of Rwanda, a non-profit organization dedicated to filming and preserving the testimony of survivors of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. He is working to raise awareness about the current genocide of the Yazidi population in Iraq and lobbying the UN Security Council to refer the case to the ICC.

Location: Engelman Recital Hall at Baruch College, 55 Lexington Ave.Entrance on E. 25th St. between Lexington & 3rd Aves.
Time: 5:45 PM - 9:00 PM

    This event is co-sponsored by the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity.

                                                    Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015
                                  An Evening with Artist Yehuda Levy-Aldema
                                 “Not by Words Alone”: A Visual Beit-Midrash:
          A unique was to explore Biblical text through language and image

A native of Jerusalem, Yehuda Levy Aldema has been working as an artist in a variety of media since 1982. A graduate from Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts, his first commissions were public murals in Samaria, Tirat Carmel, Petah Tikva, and Jerusalem. At the same time, he was producing work in oil on canvas and other media and exhibited in Jaffa, Tel Aviv, and Jerusalem. He has visited, lectured and worked in Europe and the United States, most recently completing a residency in the Ukraine, at the Odessa Jewish Community Center, which produced a community art project focused on community identity. His current work explores the interpenetration of Biblical texts and reality through constructions that include found objects, carvings, drawings, and photography.  He lives in Modi'in near Jerusalem with his wife of thirty-five years, Shirley Levy-Aldema.

Location: 55 Lexington Avenue, Room 14-270
Time: 5:30 PM - 7 PM

                                                    Thursday, November 12th, 2015
     “The Return: A Documentary About Being Young and Jewish in Poland”
 Followed by a discussion with director Adam Zucker

                                               This event is will be held as part of
       The Wasserman Jewish Studies Center Film Series at Baruch College

How do you build your identity when your past has been stripped away? With no access to their heritage, four women are forging a new sense of self. In the country that was once the epicenter of the Jewish world, and now regarded as “the Jewish graveyard,” they are figuring out how to be Jewish in today’s Poland.

Location: Engelman Recital Hall at Baruch College, 55 Lexington Ave.Entrance on E. 25th St. between Lexington & 3rd Aves.
Time: 12:30-2:30


                                            Spring 2015 Events 

                                             Thursday, February 19, 5:30 PM

                                                    Dr. Ingo Zechner Presents:

                             “Ephemeral Films: National Socialism in Austria”

Program Description: A joint endeavor between the Austrian Film Museum and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC, “Ephemeral Films” is a unique project which chronicles the rise of National Socialism in Austria from the early 1930s, through the "Anschluss" of Austria in 1938, to the war years. During this presentation, Dr. Ingo Zechner will discuss a series of short, mostly amateur film clips which date from the era. Through his analysis, he will contextualize this extremely volatile and harrowing period of history.

                                                    Tuesday, April 21, 10:30 AM

                             Filmmaker Dragan Kujundžić presents his documentary:

                                      "Frozen Time, Liquid Memories (1942-2012)"

                         Part one: "The Racija"; the Danube, Novi Sad, January 1942
                           Part two: "They Were Children"; Vel d'Hiv, Paris, July 1942

Program Description: The footage filmed by Dragan Kujundžić commemorates the seventy years since the two round-ups of the Jews, one in Novi Sad (today Serbia) in January 1942, and the other in Paris in July 1942. The archival footage includes the last interview with the foremost historian of the Novi Sad Racija, Pavle Šosberger, filmed in June 2011, as well as footage from the commemoration of the Vel d' Hiv in (Summer 2012) in Hôtel de Ville (City Hall) in Paris, the event introduced by Serge Klarsfeld. The deportation of children is further explored in the footage taken in the Musée Mémorial des Enfants du Vel d'Hiv (Memorial Museum of the Children of Vel d'Hiv) in Orleans, and interviews with one of the only two then child Vel d’ Hiv survivors, Marcel Weltman-Aron. Roughly 85 minutes. Filmed on locations in Novi Sad, Serbia, and Paris, Orleans and Avignon, France. In Serbian and French, with subtitles in English.

                                                Wednesday, April 29th, 11:00 AM

                                     REEMERGENCE: Rebirth of Jewish Life in Poland

The Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature invite you to an Event co-sponsored by the Weissman Jewish Studies Center at Baruch College

Speaker bio: Michael Steinlauf is professor of history at the Gratz College in Philadelphia. He has also written about Polish-Jewish relations, Yiddish theater and Jewish Press in Eastern Europe. Professor Steinlauf has also been active in various kinds of Jewish memory work in Poland including serving as chief historical advisor and curator of modern Jewish culture for Polin: Museum of the History of Polish Jews.

                                     Wednesday, May 13th, 9:00 AM

                                                           "Israel and Democracy"           

                                                                                                                  Jewish Studies Center


    Panel I – 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM

       “Israel and Its Arab and Jewish Communities”

                                                 Prof. Yehuda Mirsky, Brandeis University
                                                  Prof. Sammy Smooha, Haifa University
                                              Prof. Dov Waxman, Northeastern University
                                                     Prof. Nadim Rouhana, Tufts University

                                                        Panel II – 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
                                                                 “Israel and Security”

               Prof. Oren Barak, Cornell University/The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
                                    Prof. Gabriella Blum, Harvard University Law School
                                           Prof. Robert Lieber, Georgetown University
                                                         Panel III – 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM
                                                           “Israel and Its Legal System”

                          Prof. Ariel Bendor, University of Maryland/Bar Ilan University
                                                    Prof. Pnina Lahav, Boston University
            Prof. Mohammed Wattad, University of California Irvine/Zefat College of Law
                                               Kent Yalowitz, Arnold and Porter Law Firm

              “What's Been Said, What's Not Been Said on Democracy in Israel"
                                                                     5:00 PM – 5:45 PM

                                  Prof. Naomi Chazan, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

                              Film Screening: "The Gatekeepers"6:00 PM - 7:45 PM

           Keynote Address: Admiral Amichay (Ami) Ayalon   8:00 PM-9:00 PM

                                                               Free and Open to the Public!
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                                                                 Fall 2014 Events

                               Memorial Lecture for Professor Barbara Gluck

                                            Wednesday, September 17th, 3:00 PM

The Wasserman Jewish Studies Center at Baruch College was proud to honor the memory of Professor Barbara Gluck with a special memorial lecture given by Professor Abby Bender (New York University). The lecture, titled "James Joyce, the Promised Land, and Unsettlement", was attended by over 75 guests in the Skylight Room at 17 Lexington Avenue.

Professor Barbara Gluck served Baruch College as an Associate Professor and Assistant Chair of the English Department. A recipient of the Presidential Excellence Award for Teaching, Professor Gluck was a beloved pedagogue who also served on numerous college committees, including the Weissman School Curriculum Committee, the Committee on Academic Standing, and the Committee on the Library. She received both her M.A. and Ph.D. from Columbia University.

Professor Abby Bender received her Ph.D. from Princeton University and currently serves as an Adjunct Professor of Irish Studies at New York University. Her areas of interest include 19th and 20th Century British and Irish Literature; James Joyce; Modernism and Empire; The Irish Literary Revival.


                                             Gary Shteyngart at Baruch College

                                                Thursday, October 23, 3:00 PM

The Wasserman Jewish Studies center will be hosting an interview with Gary Shteyngart, author of Little Failure, Super Sad True Love Story, Absurdistan, The Russian Debutante's Handbook. The interview will be conducted by Dr. Sasha Senderovich,  Assistant Professor of Russian Studies and Jewish Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Location: 151 East 25, Newman Library, Seventh Floor, Rooms 750 and 760

Jewish Studies CenterGary Shteyngart is an American author and satirist who was born in Leningrad, Russia (now Saint Petersburg). He holds degrees from Oberlin College in Ohio and Hunter College of the City University of New York, and currently teaches writing at Columbia University. His work has garnered him several awards, including the Stephen Crane Award for First Fiction, the Book-of-the-Month Club First Fiction Award, and the National Jewish Book Award for Fiction.


Sasha Senderovich is an Assistant Professor in the department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures, and in the Program in Jewish Studies, at the University of Colorado Boulder. He received his Ph.D. in Slavic Languages and Literatures from Harvard and has taught at Tufts, Lafayette College, and Rutgers University before landing in Boulder.

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                                             Professor Dori Katz at Baruch College

                                                 Tuesday, November 4th, 6:00 PM

Dori Katz is a Jewish Holocaust survivor who thought that her lost memories of her childhood years in Belgium were irrecoverable. But after a chance viewing of a documentary about hidden children in German-occupied Belgium, she realized that she might, in fact, be able to unearth those years. Looking for Strangers is the deeply honest record of her attempt to do so, a detective story that unfolds through one of the most horrifying periods in history in an attempt to understand one’s place within it.

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Professor Dori Katz is professor emeritus of modern languages and literature at Trinity College, Hartford, CT. She is a translator of several books from the French, and a poet. Her most recent collection of poems is titled Hiding in Other People’s Houses.






                                              Special Film Screening of Red Father                

                                                  Monday, November 17th, 6:00 PM

The Sandra Kahn Wasserman Jewish Studies Center at Baruch College cordially invites you to join us on November 17th, 2014, for a special film screening of Red Father, a documentary by Tova Beck-Friedman. A discussion panel will follow the film.

Thought-provoking and nuanced, Tova Beck-Friedman’s documentary Red Father offers a fascinating look at a politically turbulent era, and offers the viewer a close look at the legacy of a father’s impact on his family. In the documentary, “Red Diaper Baby”, Janet Ades scrutinizes her father’s Communist legacy. She admires the father who confronted legal racism, fought fascism in Spain and was repeatedly blacklisted. Nonetheless, she does not spare her criticism of the Communist Party’s conduct. Guest speakers at this event will include:

Janet Ades – daughter of Bernard Ades, the Baltimore-based civil rights attorney and communist party member whose life and deeds serve as the focal point of the film.

George Rappoport – Wagner College Historian and Professor Emeritus.

Maria Mitchell – Legal expert and Assistant HC Public Defender at Hennepin County Public Defender in Minnesota.

Joseph Moore – Maryland-based Attorney, Prosecutor, and Author.

 Tova Beck-Friedman – Multi-media artist and writer, whose work includes projects in video, photography and sculpture.

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                        Laughing with God: Conversations About Jewish Humor

                                              Thursday, December 4th, 6:00 PM

What’s Jewish about Jewish humor? How far back does it go? Humor has had a profound effect on the way the Jewish people see the world, sustaining them through millennia of hardship and suffering.  Believe it or not, there is a great deal of humor and wit in the ancient Jewish texts – the Hebrew Bible, the Talmud, and Midrash.  Inevitably, this oeuvre of Jewish humor has itself influenced generations of comics, as well as genres of humor.  In what is sure to be a lively and entertaining discussion of Jewish humor, the speakers present material from their new book – God Laughed: Sources of Jewish Humor.

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Speakers: Professors Linda Weiser-Friedman and Hershey H. Freidman

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                                                                Prior Events

April 8 -11, 2013: Holocaust Remembrance Week

November 15, 2012: A Reading & Conversation with Author Etgar Keret

November 7, 2012: A Reading & Discussion with Poet Charles Bernstein

October 25, 2012: A Pound of Flesh: Jews and the Renaissance

October 15, 2012: Are American Jews the Most Secular People on Earth?

September 13, 2012: New Books, New Lives: Jewish Immigrant Women, Reading and Identity

May 19 & 20, 2012: Folksbiene Solo Series presents A Yiddish Bouquet

May 15, 2012: Sephardic American Jewry Conference: Communities and Contributions

May 9, 2012: National Yiddish Theatre-Folksbiene presents Love, Labor, Loss

April 25, 2012: Weissman Talks presents An Evening with Rebecca Goldstein

April 18, 2012: A Talk Entitled "The Wandering Jew: The Jewish Immigrant Experience in World Cinema"

April 17, 2012: NYT-F presents Ghetto Tango, in commemoration of Yom HaShoah

March 26, 2012: NYT-F presents Traveling the Yiddishland

March 21, 2012: A Talk Entitled "General Ulysses S. Grant & The Jews"

March 20, 2012: A Reading & Conversation with Laurie Sheck

December 15, 2011: The Heritage Ensemble Chanukah Concert with Eugene Marlow

November 30, 2011 (5:30PM - 7:30PM @ Engelman Recital Hall): Weissman Talks presents a special screening of "Between Two Worlds." The film, which is a newly released and widely praised documentary, reveals the passionate debates over identity and generational change inside today's American Jewish community. The screening will be followed by a discussion with the film's directors, Alan Snitow and Deborah Kauffman. Baruch professor Clarence Taylor, who was consulted for the film, will introduce the directors. This event is co-sponsored by the Baruch Performing Arts Center.

November 14, 2011: Marie Curie Nobel Centennial Symposium ft. Roald Hoffman (Holocaust Survivor & Nobel Prize Laureate)

November 7, 2011: An Evening with Art Spiegelman

September 22, 2011: A Conversation with Ishmael Khaldi

September 21, 2011: An Evening with Poet Jacqueline Osherow

September 15, 2011: The First Annual Benefit

May 15 - June 26, 2011:  The Adventures of Hershele Ostropoyler

May 5, 2011:  German-Speaking Jews in New York City:Their Immigration and Lasting Presence

April 7, 2011: Sacred Trash:The Lost and Found World of the Cairo Geniza

April 5, 2011: Sephardic Finance Panel Discussion

March 17, 2011:  Faculty Presentation: American Jewish Politics Today: The End of Consensus

March 16, 2011:  Dr. Ken Frieden Guest Speaks: Between Yiddish and Hebrew: Literary and Cultural Confluences

March 15, 2011:  Lecture: Farewell to the American Dream? Anti-Immigrant Sentiment and the Future of Citizenship

March 6, 2011: Sneak Preview of "The Dybbuk"

Nov. 10, 2010: Panel Discussion: Jewish Immigration to New York

Nov. 10, 2010: Launch of the Jewish Studies Center at Baruch College

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