Jeannette Krieger and Herman D. Mytelka Memorial Lecture on Jewish Civilization

Year

Title

2018 Amnon Raz-Kratozkin, "Safed and its Historical (In)significance: Reflections on Zionism and the Question of Jewish Modernity"

2017

Adam Mendelsohn, “What to Do When Everything is Untrue: American Jewish Myths about the Civil War”

2016

Elchanan Reiner, "Joshua in Tiberias, Samson in Arbel: Images of the Divine in Non-Rabbinic Galilean Culture of Late Antiquity"

2015

Maureen Jackson, "Mixing Musics: the Sacred Songs of Istanbul Jews"

2013

Hindy Najman, " Temporality in Ezra 4: Between Judaism and Christianity"

2012

Ronald Hendel, “The Exodus as Cultural Memory: Poetics, Politics, and the Past”

2011

Christine Hayes, “Divine Law: A Tale of Two Concepts”

2010

Konstanty Gebert, “Jewishness as Dissent: The Jewish Chapter in the Polish Democratic Movement of the 1970s and 1980s”

2009

Michael Fishbane, “Martin Buber’s Spirit of Judaism : Personal Reflections 100 Years Later”

2008

Ed Greenstein, “The Problem of Evil in the Book of Job”

2007

Joschka Fischer, “Europe and Israel”

2006

Moshe Rosman, “Sex Object vs. Mitzva Object: Early Hasidism on Women”

2005

Anita Norich, “ How Tevye Learned to Fiddle”

2004

Hannah Wirth-Nesher, “The Accented Imagination: Speaking and Writing Jewish America”

2002

Jonathan Steinberg, “Deutsche Bank, Nazi Gold and Historical Integrity: Confessions of a “Paid” Historian"

Arnold Mytelka, Christine Hayes and Rosalind Mytelk

Arnold Mytelka, Christine Hayes and Rosalind Mytelk