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October 24, 1969 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-24

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YIVO's Banquet to Mark Opening- of 'S tudies Center
Forty-seven students and for of the graduate studies pro-
NEW YORK—The inauguration ing.
gram at the New York City Uni-

of activities of the YIVO Center
for Advanced Jewish Studies will
be celebrated Nov. 9, at the annual
banquet of the YIVO Institute for
Jewish Research at the Americana

The tenter, chartered by the
New York Board of Regents, is
the first inter-university institu-
_ tion of its kind in the Jewish field
and its establishment has been
widely acclaimed as a pioneering

venture in Jewish higher learn-

faculty members of nine colleges
and universities are enrolled in versity, is directing a panel of
the center's inter-university gradu- scholars who, under the auspices
of the center, are available as
ate seminars for 1969-1970.
consultants and advisors to uni-
Prof. Dov Sadan of the Hebrew
versities across the country with
University of Jerusalem, one of
students writing their doctoral dis-
the world's foremost experts in
sertations or master's theses in
the field of both Hebrew and Yid
Jewish field.
dish literature, will be the guest
speaker at the banquet.
Believe the doubter, and doubt
Dr. Oscar J. Janowswy, pro-
fessor emeritus of history at New when you are told to believe.—
York City College and .first direc- Ludwig Borne.


8—Friday, October 24, 1969





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