Posts by: Simon Rabinovitch

HI 219 New York trip

On November 10 six students travelled down to New York with me – where we met two dads – for a walking tour of the Lower East Side, a visit to the Tenement Museum, and lunch at Katz’s Deli. We intended to start our day viewing the interior of Temple Emanu-El on the Upper East […]

Vital vs. Rabinovitch

It isn’t too commonplace for people to promote reviews critical of their scholarship. Since I’m frequently asked, however, about my exchange with David Vital in the TLS I decided it would be worthwhile to have the whole thing open and available in one place (sorry TLS paywall). Vital has no specific criticism of my book’s […]

New article in Haaretz: Pakistan’s “Jewish” Roots

With a subscription: http://www.haaretz.com/culture/books/.premium-1.549739 Or for non-subscribers, PDF here.

Class website for HI 446 launched!

Ready, set, launch! Setting off on a new pedagogical adventure, HI 446 (seminar on Revolutionary Russia) has officially launched a collectively administrated class website. Come see: http://sites.bu.edu/revolutionaryrussia/

New article in MRB: Searching for the Meaning of “Russian”

Hot off the (virtual) press. http://themarginaliareview.com/archives/2977