H-Judaic mourns the passing of Dr. Naomi Goldstein Cohen (1930-2022). A noted Philo scholar, Dr. Cohen was best known for her widely-praised book PHILO'S SCRIPTURES, which made the case for "a haftarah cycle in Second Temple Judaism." She also published on Philo's "Universe of Discourse," and on Philo and Traditional Judaism, among other scholarly articles. She was conscious of her own unusual role as a Orthodox Rebbitzen (married to R.
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The editors of Jewish Social Studies are pleased to announce the publication of issue 27.1, with the following articles:
What's Cooking in the Yiddish Kitchen, Recipes for Immigrant Women
Thursday, March 10, 2022
3:30-4:00 PM ET online
Doc Chat is a program series that digs deep into the stories behind the Library’s most interesting collections and highlights ways that educators can incorporate them into the classroom.
Celebrating the 1000th Anniversary of Solomon Ibn Gabirol at The Lester and Sally Entin Faculty of Humanities, Tel-Aviv University
The Parkes Institute for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations (University of Southampton) invites you to register for the annual Ian and Mildred Karten Memorial Lecture, delivered by Professor Natan M.
University of Antwerp, History
Tenured Senior Academic Staff in the field of Jewish Studies
Let’s shape the future – University of Antwerp
University of Toronto - St. George, Dept of History and the Centre for Jewish Studies
Associate Professor/ Professor - Jewish History
Hitler’s government sought to violently redesign German society upon assuming power in 1933 by defining who belonged and who was excluded.
The Israel and Golda Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Studies at York University is pleased to invite you to a talk entitled "Faith-Based Environmental Action: The Jewish Experience" with Prof. Tanhum Yoreh, held within the framework of York University's Climate Change Research Month, on Monday, March 14, 2022 at 12pm on Zoom.