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September 01, 2011 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-09-01

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J.EA_NSAMUEL FIZANi: ;Li
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AND THE F FaL INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCIFID JUD.AIC STUDIES
FALL 20 ErFINTTS CALENDAR

September 15, 12:15 pm
Zvi Gitelman, University of Michigan
and 2011-2012 Frankel Institute
Uncertain Ethnicity: Construing
Jewishness in Russia and Ukraine
202 South Thayer Street, Room 2022

September 22, 12:15 pm
Sammy Smooha, University of Haifa
and 2011-2012 Frankel Institute
Are Palestinian-Arab Citizens in the
Jewish State a Ticking Time Bomb?
202 South Thayer Street, Room 2022

October 11, 7 pm
Jill Vexler, Curator, Pictures of
the Resistance photography exhibit
Photographer as Witness: Proof Enough.
S th eisity, Hatcher Graduate Libr

October 17-18, 8:45 am - 5:30 pm
edieval Exegesis: An Interfaith Discourse
is conference examines the interpretation of
cripture—the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament,
the Qur'an—in late-medieval Iberia as a vehicle
for dialogue and conflict. Papers will be presented
by approximately 20 experts from Europe, Israel,
d the U.S. The conference is being funded by
the European Research Council.
Rackham Auditorium, 4th floor

ctober 19, 4 pm
Marina Rustow,
Johns Hopkins University
Ten Things You Didn't Know About the Cairo Geniza
202 South Thayer Street, Room 2022

October 25, 5:30 pm
Brian Porter-Szucs,
University of Michigan
Poles and Jews During WWII: Beyond Martyrology
913 South University, Hatcher Graduate Library

October 27, 12:15 pm
Melissa Mapper, Rowan University
and 2011-2012 Frankel Institute
The Absence of Rights Discourse in American Jewish Women's
Pre- World War II Social and Political Activism
202 South Thayer Street, Room 2022

October 27, 7 pm
Daniel Boyarin, U-C Berkeley
Mark and the Torah: A New Perspective
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November 3, 12:15 pm
Mia Bruch, Stanford University
and 2011-2012 Frankel Institute
DOningJews/DOning Politics
202 South Thayer Street, Room 2022

November 3, 4 pm
Derek Penslar, University of Toronto
The Jewish World Wars, 1936-1948: Spain, Germany, Palestine
435 South State Street, 1014 Tisch Hall

November 10-11, 8:45 am - 5:30 pm
Jewish Political Behavior in Europe, Israel and the United States
Symposium with Samuel Abrams, David Engel, David Fishman,
Zvi Gitelman, and Sergei Lagodinsky.
The Michigan League, 911 N. University

November 15, 4 pm
Tamar El Or, Hebrew University
The Land of the Bible as the Land
of the Sandal
202 South Thayer Street, Room 2022

December 1, 12:15 pm
Miriam Bodian, University of Texas-Austin
and 2011-2012 Frankel Institute
Freedom of Conscience and the Jews ofF,arly Modern Amsterdam
202 South Thayer Street, Room 2022

December 8, 12:15 pm
Ken Wald, University of Wisconsin
and 2011-2012 Frankel Institute
The Choosing People: Understanding American
Jewish Political Behavior
202 South Thayer Street, Room 2022

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CALL 734_763.9O47,

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B'rith Library's reading room, Jerusalem, early 20th century. (See story
on Jetkish Press website, opposite.)

EMAIL JUDAICSTUDIES UMICILEDU,

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