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Graduate Research Grants: Proposals due December 4, 2014


Watch the lecture: David G. Roskies, "Havurat Shalom: A Utopian Experiment"


New on the Bookshelf

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The Origins of Chabad Hasidism
Immanuel Etkes; Jeffrey M. Green, trans.

Jewish Philosphical PoliticsJewish Philosophical Politics in Germany, 1789–1848
Sven-Erik Rose

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