The Program in Judaic Studies at the Ronald O. Perelman Institute for Judaic Studies would like to thank our donors, whose generosity allows us to provide such a variety of distinguished speakers to our students, faculty, and the Princeton community.
Speaker & Lecture Title2019 James Loeffler, “Double Amnesia: Zionism and Human Rights in Historical Perspective” 2018 Laura Leibman, "Once We Were Slaves: How One Early American Jewish Family Changed Their Race"
Co-sponsored with the Department of Near Eastern Studies
Speaker & Lecture Title2019 Sarah Stein, “Family Papers: A Sephardic Journey through the Twentieth Century” 2018 Amnon Raz-Kratozkin, "Safed and its Historical (In)significance: Reflections on Zionism and the Question of Jewish Modernity" …
Speaker & Lecture Title2019 Bryan Roby, “Israel through a Colored Lens: African-American Perspectives on Mizrahi Israelis” 2018 Yael Zerubavel, "Desert in the Promised Land" 2017 Manuel Trajtenberg, "Israel at 70: Deep Social Fissures,…
Co-sponsored with American Studies
In partnership with the James S. Diamond Memorial Lecture Committee and the Center for Jewish Life
Speaker & Lecture Title2019 Leora Bilsky " Genocide and Jewish Cultural Restitution" 2017 Ethan Katz, "Jews and Anti-Semites: The Unlikely Uprising in Algiers that Helped the Allies Win the War"
David Engel, …