Cities, Suburbs and Race event

Antisemitism, White Nationalism and Racism in America Today

Eric Ward
with Jess Olson

Tuesday, April 27, 2021  7 P.M. EST | VIA ZOOM 


Cities, Suburbs and Race event

 

 

Cities, Suburbs and Race

Dr. Hannah Lebovits
University of Texas-Alrlington

Tuesday, April 20, 2021  7 P.M. EST | VIA ZOOM 

 


A Synagogue of Mexico City's Historic district:  A virtual Tour

A Synagogue of Mexico City's Historic District: A Virtual Tour

Mónica Unikel-Fasja
Sinagoga Justo Sierra

Tuesday, April 6, 2021  10:30 A.M. EST | VIA ZOOM 


 

Seeing Matzah:  From the Talmud to Medieval haggadot

Seeing Matzah: From the Talmud to Medieval Haggadot

With Dr. Steven Fine and Dr. Ronnie Perelis

Wednesday, March 24, 2021  3 P.M. EST | VIA ZOOM 


 

Lat Santa Esther

 

Disporas and Borderlands
A Virtual Tour of Alejandro Meter's Photography

Alejandro Meter
(University of San Diego)

a conversation with

Ronnie Perelis (Yeshiva University)

Thursday, March 4 •  7 p.m. EST


Ambassador Dan Shapiro and Rabbi Yosef Blau in Conversation

The 2021 Joseph and Faye Glatt Program

Ambassador. Dan Shapiro
Rabbi Yosef Blau

March 17, 2021  12 P.M. EST | VIA ZOOM


Lat Santa Esther

"La Santa Ester"
Esther Among the Crypto-Jews of the Americas

Emily Colbert Cairns
(Salve Regina University)

a conversation with

Ronnie Perelis (Yeshiva University)

Tuesday, February 23 •  10:30 a.m. EST


Crisis and Hope Poster

As part of the series "Crisis and Hope:  YU Voices" the Yeshiva College Schottenstein Honors Program Presents

Dr. Joanne Jacobson
Yeshiva University Professor Of Emerita of English, former Yeshiva College Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Professor Jacobson was joined by the YC English Department's Senior Lecturer in Writing, Professor Barbara Blatner, for a reading from her new memoir, Every Last Breath followed by a moderated discussion and Q & A.

Wednesday, February 17 •  12 p.m. EST

 


Crisis and Hope Complicating Legacies


 

The Entanglement of Jews, Slaves, and Free People of Color in the Early Modern Atlantic World

a conversation with

Stanley Mirvis, Arizona Stage University and Jess Olson, Yeshiva University

Tuesday, February 2 •  7 p.m. EST

Participate at URL: yu.edu/yuvoices


 

Crisis and Hope YU Voices Who Were the Maccabees Really?  Hanukkah, The Hasmoneans and Jewish Memory

Who Were the Maccabees Really?  
Hanukkah, the Hasmoneans and Jewish Memory

Professor Joseph Angel and Professor Steven Fine

Tuesday, December 15 • 11 a.m. EST

 


Crisis and Hope Yu Voices Repairing the Rift

Repairing the Rift:  A Secular Israeli's Path to the Orthodox World

Bella Raboy and Nurit Sirkis-Bank
Interviewed by Professor Joshua Karlip

Thursday, December 3 • 3 p.m. EST

 


Past, Present, Policy:   Why Context is Crucial for Democracy 

Professor Douglas R. Burgess, Professor Joseph E. Luders and Ms. Meirah C. Shedlo

Wednesday, October 28,  5:30 p.m. EDT

 

 


Civility, Citizenship and Torah 

Professor Suzanne Last Stone and Professor Shalom Carmy

Tuesday, October 20,  6 p.m.EDT

 

 

 


Sephardic Melodies for the High Holy Days:  Selichot

Rabbi Moshe Tessone

with Professor Ronnie Perelis

Tuesday, September 22, 6 p.m.EDT

 

 

 


The Lessons of the Holocaust for Our Times

Dr. Shay Pilnik with Dr. Ronnie Perelis

Shay Pilnik has recently joined YU as founding director of the Emil A. and Jenny Fish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Yeshiva University.

A special program for Tisha be-Av

Thursday, July 30 2020

 How will we remember Covid? Event image

 


Rabbi Saul Berman with Professor Ronnie Perelis

Lessons from Selma 1965, for American Jews 2020
Sponsored by the Rabbi Arthur Schneier Program for International Affairs and the Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies

Thursday, June 11, 2020


Crisis and Hope: YU Voices – Jon Madof

From Africa 70 to Zion80
Race and Culture in Contemporary Jewish Music

Thursday, June 25th 2020


Crisis and Hope: YU Voices – Shulamith Berger

How Will We Remember Covid? A View from the Archives
Shulamith Berger with Prof. Steven Fine 

Thursday, July 9, 2020
A special program for 17 be-Tammuz

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