I’ll be giving a talk at YIVO in New York as part of the Ruth Gay Seminars in Jewish Studies. Click here for more info.
CAS HI273 Russia and Its Empires Since 1900 A new look at Russia in the twentieth century. Focusing on empires and revolutions, this class examines the Russian Empire’s dissolution, the creation of the Soviet Union, Soviet expansion in Eastern Europe and Asia, the breakup of the Soviet Union, and Russian efforts to maintain influence in [...]
The BU History Department and the Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies are cooperating with Nevzlin Center at Hebrew University in organizing the Sixth Session of the International Forum of Young Scholars on East European Jewry, to be held this July in Odessa, Ukraine. This is an ongoing forum, comprised of 15 advanced PhD students (ABD) and [...]
Europe, the Orient, and the changing image of the Jews A recent museum exhibit in Paris delved into the question of how Orientalism has changed the image of the Jew in Europe, for both Christians and Jews. By Simon J. Rabinovitch | Aug.13, 2012 | 10:02 AM
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