Jewish Studies Colloquia


Fall 2001 – Spring 2002

“Integrating into the Polity: The Problem of Inclusion After Genocide”
Maud Mandel, Brown University
October 4, 2001

“When Chava Left Home: The Family Question and Jewish Conversion in Tsarist Russia”
ChaeRan Y. Freeze, Brandeis University
November 1, 2001

“Franz Rosenzweig and Weimar Political Theology”

Peter Gordon, Harvard University
December 6, 2001

“Soviet Genocide: A Case Study of Estonia”

Anton Weiss-Wendt, Brandeis University
January 31, 2002

“‘This is the Only Fact, But we Have the Idea:’ Solomon Schechter Becomes a Zionist”
David Starr, Hebrew Union College/Columbia University
February 28, 2002

“The Concept of Revelation in the Teachings of Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev”
Or Rose, Brandeis University
March 7, 2002

“Imagining Pollard: Jonathan Pollard and the Dilemmas of Jewish-American Citizenship”

Jacob Cohen, Brandeis University
April 11, 2002

“Between Two Rivers: The Problem of Contextualizing Modern Jewish Thought”

Michael Zank, Boston University
May 2, 2002