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February 24, 1995 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-24

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THE AMERICAN ZIONIST MOVEMENT
MICHIGAN REGION

The Umbrella Organization for the
Zionist Organizations in Michigan

announces

Historian
Visits Campuses

THE 1995 SCHOLAR IN
RESIDENCE PROGRAM

In 1995 we will have different scholars
available at various times.

We are happy to announce our first 1995
Scholar In Residence

YOSEF GOELL

Eminent political
and public affairs
columnist for the
Jerusalem Post.

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Yosef Goell will be available to speak
to any organization from

Thursday, March 2 - Sunday, March 26

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Mr. Goell is available to speak on the
Developments in the Peace Process
and other current Israeli political subjects.

RAYMOND WEIL

GENEVE

For information and reservations for presentations
by Yosef Goell, please call or write:

AMERICAN ZIONIST MOVEMENT
MICHIGAN REGION

21550 W. Twelve Mile Road
Southfield, Ml 48076
(810) 353-8828

A modest fee is connected with the
Scholar in Residence Program.

The scholars in residence program is a project of the American Zionist Movement in
cooperation wtih the World Zionist Organization, Department of Information.

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Russian historian and scholar
Professor Vadim Z. Rogovin will
present two lectures at Michigan
universities in February and
March on the topic "Was There
an Alternative to Stalinism in
the USSR?"
The first will take place Mon-
day, Feb. 27, at 2 p.m. at Michigan
State University's Kellogg Center,
Room 105 A & B. His lecture at
MSU is sponsored by the Center
for European and Russian studies
and the Department of History.
On Tuesday, March 7, Profes-
sor Rogovin will speak at 7 p.m.
in the Pendleton Room of the
Michigan Union, at the Univer-
sity of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Professor Rogovin, 57, is a doc-
tor of philosophical sciences and
a leading researcher at the Insti-
tute of Sociology of the Russian
Academy of Sciences. A renowned
scholar, he was a controversial fig-
ure within the former Soviet
Union and remains one in
Yeltsin's Russia today. He has
carried out extensive research
into the origins and growth of
Stalin's rule and is a foremost ex-
pert on the history of the resis-
tance to the bureaucracy within
the USSR in the 1920s, 30s and
40s. He is the author of some 250
scholarly works. While in this
country, Professor Rogovin will
also visit major research centers
to gather additional materials for
his historical project.

(810) 680-1600

College students and young
adults, age 18-30, are invited to
join a 10-day trip to Israel spon-
sored by the Hillel Foundations
of the University of Michigan,
Michigan state University, and
Metro Detroit.
The "Tri-Trippin' in Israel" ad-
venture begins May 8 with a vis-
it to Haifa and concludes May 18
in Tel Aviv. Other stops along the
way include Acco, Rosh Hanikra,
Safed, Jerusalem, the Dead Sea
and Massada.
Horseback riding, hiking,
shopping, rafting on the Jordan
River, wine tasting in the Golan
and visiting Yad Vashem are just
some of many activities planned
for participants.
The trip cost includes round-
trip transportation from Detroit,
three kosher meals per day, ac-
commodations in youth hostels
for 10 nights, luxury buses,
guides and more.
Scholarships are available
through the Jewish Federation's
Michigan/Israel Connection. A
completed application with de-
posit is due by March 3.
For details call, Miriam Stark-
man or Jennifer Wasserman,
(313) 577-3459.

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