Fall 2020 - Jewish American Literature Course
New York City was a place in which Jewish Culture - Immigrant Culture - Yiddish - Speaking Eastern European Jews, became a global culture. Marc Caplan at the E hour.
Where is the Jewish AOC?
The Jewish president of a major American university came to speak many years ago at Dartmouth College, where I am a professor, and denounced affirmative action as a serious threat to Jews. I pointed out to him that affirmative action had been tremendously beneficial to my own career as a woman who is also a Jew. He was stumped and said, "I never thought of that."
Congratulations Udi Greenberg, Susannah Heschel, Daniel Behar, and Andrew Simon.
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Last week, a letter titled "A Letter on Justice and Open Debate" was published in Harper's Magazine. The letter was undersigned by 153 scholars, writers and political theorists, including Dartmouth's Eli Black professor of Jewish Studies Susannah Heschel.
Practice divine pathos by being full of passion and emotionally engaged in the world.
Jewish Studies Senior Theses Presentations and Awards
Jewish Studies Major Elisabeth B. Jenkins defended her thesis on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, 4:30 pm
Congratulations Shaul Magid
The Jewish Studies Program Steering is delighted to announce that Professor Shaul Magid will have a faculty appointment with the Jewish Studies Program.
The Novominsker Rebbe, My Cousin
Rabbi Yaakov Perlow, who died of the coronavirus at 89, was a person of deeds who wanted to inspire us. How can we emulate him? Professor Susannah Heschel writes in Tablet Magazine.
Susannah Heschel and Shaul Magid contributed reviews about the book, Hasidism: A New History. The reviews are available in Marginalia LA Review of Books.
Social distancing gives seder a different feel
"Passover gives us an opportunity to express our deepest fears and yearnings in a concrete way," says the Eli Black Professor of Jewish Studies in a "Valley News" story about celebrating Passover during the time of the coronavirus.