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The 1st Annual Stulman Lecture in Jewish Studies

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Arnold Schoenberg’s Jewish Tragic Drama: Ethics, Aesthetics, and Law in Moses und Aron
Marc Caplan

14th Lavy Colloquium-Israel Under Netanyahu

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The colloquium will analyze Israeli domestic politics and foreign policy during the period in which Benjamin Netanyahu has served as Israel’s Prime Minister. The one day symposium  will bring together scholars from Israel and the United States and will discuss Israel’s political parties, its economy, and its relations with the United States, Iran, Turkey, the Palestinians, the Arab World,  India, China and the American Jewish Community.
 

Influence and Anxiety: Confessions of a Trilingual Jewish Poet

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Influence and Anxiety: Confessions of a Trilingual Jewish Poet
Presented by Zachary Sholem Berger

Lazarus Resurrected

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Lazarus Resurrected: Hannah Arendt and the Genealogy of Survival
Presented by Adam Stern, Yale University

Pnina Motzafi-Haller

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The subaltern speaks, but can we hear her? Israeli ethnographic reflections.

Shachar Mario-Mordechai

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Poetry Between Holy Land and Maryland
A poetry reading by Shachar Marion-Mordechai, Poet in Residence at Johns Hopkins University

Neta Dan and Emanuele Costa

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Neta Dan
“Restraining and Intensifying Mechanisms in the Poetic Language of Leah Goldberg, Avraham Shlonsky, and Uri Ziv Greenberg”
Emanuele Costa
“Hebrew, Jews and Israelites: A study of Spinoza’s Use of Ethnonyms”

Harriet Lisa Murav

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“Archive of Violence. The Literature of Abandonment and the Russian Civil War”

Dan Schwartz

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Dan Schwartz
George Washington University
“Ghetto: The Biography of a Word”

Shachar Marion-Mordechai

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A poetry reading by Shachar Marion-Mordechai, Poet in Residence at Johns Hopkins University
“Poetry between the Holy Land and Maryland”