Archived Semesters

Spring 2016

Fall 2016

Lecture Series

Over the years, we have offered many thought-provoking and engaging lectures to the Brandeis community and public at large. On this page, you will find videos of our current semester's lectures. This page will update frequently as we add content following a lecture; please check back often for updates. 

Mobilizing Men to End Gender-Based Violence
Presented by Craig Norberg-Bohm on January 17, 2017

"Caring for Red: A Daughter's Memoir"
Presented by Mindy Fried on January 19, 2017

How Identity Politics has Morphed into Anti-Semitism on Campus
Presented by Eric Silverman and Gail Dines on January 25, 2017

Bearing Witness Without Witnessing
Presented by the WSRC Holocaust Research Study Group on January 26, 2017

Climates of Learning: Local Environmental Knowledge and International Communication in Young People's Education
Presented by Barbara Bodenhorn on February 2, 2017

An Edition in Progress: Ethel Smyth's Mass in D
Presented by Amelia LeClair and Dominique Norgaisse on February 14, 2017

HIJAB: A Short Play and Notes from the Field
Presented by the WSRC World Cultures Study Group on February 16, 2017

Navigating Queerness, Jewishness, Class, Parenting, Age - And More - in "Transparent"
Presented by the Janet Freedman and Ruth Fertig on March 1, 2017

Frances Perkins: Her Efforts to Save the German Jews
Presented by Ellen Israel Rosen on March 7, 2017

Moving Women Dancing
Presented by Susan Dibble on March 9, 2017