Press Release tagged with "Graduate School Jewish Studies"
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Touro Professor Dr. Natalia Aleksiun Delivers Keynote at Drew University Annual Conference Commemorating Kristallnacht
New York, N.Y. – Dr. Natalia Aleksiun, associate professor of modern Jewish history at the Touro College Graduate School of Jewish Studies, was the keynote speaker at the recent Drew University Center for Holocaust/Genocide Study’s Annual Conference commemorating Kristallnacht titled “The Holocaust in Poland: A Terrible Yet Extraordinary History.”
Touro College’s Graduate School of Jewish Studies Partners With Bar-Ilan University and Machon Lander at Recent Academic Conference in Israel
New York, N.Y. - In its fourth major conference since 2006, Touro College’s Graduate School of Jewish Studies recently partnered with Israel’s Bar-Ilan University and Machon Lander in hosting a conference on the history of the interpretation of Aggadah (non-legal rabbinic literature).
Dr. Natalia Aleksiun to Research Jews of Eastern Galicia, Jewish Scholarship on Eve of Holocaust, and the “Cadaver Affair."
Dean Michael Shmidman of Touro Graduate School of Jewish Studies Chosen Fellow at University of Pennsylvania
New York, N.Y. – Dr. Michael Shmidman, dean of the Touro Graduate School of Jewish Studies, has been chosen to be an Adjunct Fellow of the Herbert Katz Institute of Advanced Jewish Studies at the University of Pennsylvania for the spring semester 2013.
Touro College Publishes Volume Two of Festschrift in Honor of Founder and President Dr. Bernard Lander
Second of Two Volumes Focuses upon Medieval and Modern Jewish History, Philosophy and Literature.
New York, NY – The Touro College Graduate School of Jewish Studies invited author and historian Monty Noam Penkower to discuss his new book, “The Swastika’s Darkening Shadow.” While many are familiar with the events that took place during the Holocaust itself, much less is known about the lives and responses of European Jews in the years between Adolph Hitler’s rise to power and the start of World War II.