Jewish Studies Colloquia


Fall 2002 – Spring 2003

“Union and Disunion in Mid 19th Century American Judaism”
Jonathan Sarna, Brandeis University
September 26, 2002

“‘I am a Memory Come Alive:’ Nahum Glatzer and the Legacy of German-Jewish Scholarship in America”
Eugene Sheppard, Brandeis University
October 24, 2002

“Joseph Marco Baruch: A Lost Zionist Voice”
Paula Daccarett, Brandeis University
November 7, 2002

“The Jedwabne Debate: Poles, Jews, and the Problem of Divided Memory”
Antony Polansky, Brandeis University
December 5, 2002

“Writing the Self?: Jewish Diary Writing during the Shoah”
Alexandra Garbarini, UCLA and Williams College
January 23, 2003

“Barukh hagever: Toward a Phenomenology of Religious Violence in Israel"
Don Seeman, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
February 6, 2003

“Abraham Cahan as Literary Taste-Maker: The Cases of I.J. Singer and Dovid Bergelson”
Ellen Kellman, Brandeis University
February 27, 2003

“The Myth of Emmanuel Levinas”
Ethan Kleinberg, Wesleyan University
March 27, 2003