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Dr. Annette Yoshiko Reed Jun 17
colleagues - please consider signing this letter of support for Prof. Peter Schäfer that Susannah Heschel, Shaul Magid, and I drafted
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Katharina E. Keim Feb 3
Job announcement! 5 *salaried* PhD positions in Religions & Theology Areas incl. , church history, OT/HB, NT, global xianity & inter-religious relations, philosophy of religion, ethics, theology. Deadline 1 March 2020!
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Marginalia May 10
Marginalia is excited to present the Daniel Boyarin’s Judaism: A Forum! Start off your weekend with the first installment of a thought-provoking exploration of one of the "most incisive, provocative, and prolific scholars of today"!
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Jay Geller Jan 14
What’s new and exciting in Jewish studies scholarship? One place to find wonderfully intriguing projects is this list of new grant winners from . Congratulations to all of them!
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Katharina E. Keim May 21
Are you a doc/post-doc researcher at an AHRC-NWCDTP/ Northern Hub partner institution? If so, you might be interested in joining us at an upcoming professional development event on 25-27 June! Info + registration (by 3 June):
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Meilina Dalit Nov 14
Ooh, look! A new postcard featuring books from
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Matthew Chalmers Aug 5
Terrific stuff in summer issue, with C19 Jewish scholarship galore: Geiger, Graetz, Abraham Shalom Yahuda, late Ottoman Palestine (and Samaritans, hurrah!)
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(Dr) Rebekah Vince Mar 3
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C_Kita Apr 18
I'll be presenting my new book, Jewish Difference and the Arts in Vienna at the April 30 from 7-8:30pm. The event is free and open to the public! Please register at
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Western History Dept Mar 4
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SFB933 Jun 7
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Women and Violence 2019 May 24
***reminder*** The deadline of our is in a week! Literary scholars, historians, art experts and of all sorts don't forget to apply!
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Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies 14 Feb 19
Roses are red Violets are blue Have you read the most recent Jewish Quarterly Review?
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Alessandro Grazi Mar 11
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(Dr) Rebekah Vince Nov 4
These fields ‒ , , , ‒ are not fenced in or enclosed but open, wild, ‘ill-disciplined’ fields with unclear boundary lines (Cheyette, 2009: 1–2)
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Yitz Landes Dec 3
I miss terribly😢. Who's with me on this?
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talk iran 6 Jan 19
Check out my conversation with about the history of the Iranian Jewish population and various misperceptions Available on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify and
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Asaf Gayer Aug 21
So happy to see this book finally out. Important contribution to Qumran study by my wonderful friend and colleague, Liora Goldman.
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Rachel B. Gross Jan 4
So glad this exists! Given the enormous amount of film and TV featuring American Jews, I hope lots of folks will sign up as experts—and that those in the entertainment industry will hire them as experts.
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Anne Tanenbaum CJS 7 Dec 18
We could not be more proud of CJS Director, Anna Shternshis, whose project "Yiddish Glory: The Lost Songs of WWII," is nominated for a Grammy! Congrats to Prof. Shternshis and everyone who worked so hard to bring this incredible project to life!
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