Events

Propaganda and Persecution: The French Resistance and the "Jewish Question"

Join the Program in Judaic Studies and the Center for Collaborative History to hear Renée Poznanski discuss her new book, Propaganda and Persecution: The French Resistance and the "Jewish Question", on Tuesday, March 26.

Poznanski’s magisterial history of the…

Location
East Pyne Building, Room 010
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Sponsors
  • Program in Judaic Studies
  • Center for Collaborative History
"Galoot" Film Screening

Join the Program in Judaic Studies and Ronit Yoeli-Tlalim for a screening of Asher Tlalim's 2003 personal documentary "Galoot" on Monday, March 4.

In "Galoot" ("Exile" in Hebrew, 2003) Moroccan-Israeli filmmaker Asher Tlalim finds himself in London. Away from home, he reflects on Israel/Palestine anew. An intimate…

Location
Robertson Hall, Arthur Lewis Auditorium
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Sponsor
Program in Judaic Studies
A Conversation with Álvaro Brechner

Please join the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Program in Judaic Studies for a special Q&A with Spanish-Uruguayan filmmaker Álvaro Brechner on his film "Mr. Kaplan" (2014) available on Princeton University Kanopy streaming.

Location
Zoom
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Sponsors
  • Department of Spanish and Portuguese
  • Program in Judaic Studies
Rose and Isaac Ebel Lecture – History for the Future: Creating Archives of War

Join the Program in Judaic Studies for this year's Rose and Isaac Ebel Lecture with Iuliia Skubytska on Thursday, February 22.

War brings loss. Loss of people, loss of heritage, loss of memory. In this context, preservation becomes an act of resistance to pervasive and overwhelming destruction. It also becomes an act…

Location
East Pyne Building, Room 010
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Sponsor
Program in Judaic Studies
Kwartler Family Lecture – How did Helena of Adiabene Become Queen of Jerusalem?

Join the Program in Judaic Studies for this year's Kwartler Family Lecture with Sarit Kattan Gribetz on Tuesday, December 5.

Abstract
According to the first-century historian Josephus Flavius, Queen Helena of Adiabene traveled from northern Mesopotamia to Jerusalem because she loved…

Location
Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building, Room A17
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Sponsor
Program in Judaic Studies
The Prado at Princeton

The Committee on Renaissance and Early Modern Studies (CREMS) and the Program in Judaic Studies invites faculty and graduate students to a lunch talk featuring four scholars who will present their research in connection with the current exhibition "The Lost Mirror: Jews and Conversos in Medieval Spain," at the Museo Nacional del Prado in…

Location
Chancellor Green, Room 105
Sponsors
  • Committee on Renaissance and Early Modern Studies
  • Program in Judaic Studies
A Conversation with Dean Amaney Jamal and Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer
Israel and Gaza: Current Analysis and Vision of Post-War Policy
Location
McCosh Hall, Room 50
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Sponsors
  • Center for Jewish Life - Princeton Hillel
  • Princeton School of Public and International Affairs
  • Chabad at Princeton University
  • Program in Judaic Studies
  • Department of Near Eastern Studies
  • Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice
Towards a New History of Ukraine: Writing Women’s Lives into War and Postwar

This co-presentation aims to unsettle the way the history of Ukraine has been imagined by venturing into stories that might be found in other historiographies, such as Russian, Eastern European, Polish, Jewish, and Soviet. Exploring the biographies of two women—Dina Pronicheva, a Jewish survivor of Babyn Iar and a puppet theater actress, and…

Location
Robertson Hall, Bowl 016
Sponsors
  • Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies
  • Program in Judaic Studies
The Jewish history of lamentation: A faculty-student conversation
Location
Laura Wooten Hall, Room 201
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Sponsor
Program in Judaic Studies
Mytelka Memorial Lecture – The Yiddish of the Islamic World? When did Jews adopt Arabic and how did this change Jewish Literature?

The Program in Judaic Studies' hosting of this year's Mytelka Scholar, Ronny Vollandt, continues with this lecture on Wednesday, October 11.

Abstract
Most of the Jews under Muslim rule in pre-modern times spoke and wrote Arabic. Jews gradually adopted Arabic for most forms of spoken…

Location
Louis A. Simpson International Building, Room A71
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Sponsor
Program in Judaic Studies