Sep 23The two speakers are Dr. Mirjam Thulin, a post-doctoral fellow at the Herbert D. Katz Center for...
Sub Specie Hominis: The Emergence of Kant's Critique in the Mirror of His Correspondence with Marcus HerzProf. Boris Gasparov, Columbia UniversitySponsored by the Slavic Department, History Department,...
Gruss Lecture in Talmudic Law with Professor Shahar Lifshitz: Lecture Two: "Civil Unions for All": A Remedy for the Predicament of Israeli Marriage LawThe 2014 Caroline Zelaznik Gruss and Joseph S. Gruss Lectures in Talmudic Civil Law: The Struggle...
Nov 2Prof. Deborah Dash Moore, University of PennsylvaniaProf. Beth Wenger, University of...
Nov 4Prof. Vera Schwarcz is the Freeman Professor of History & East Asian Studies at Wesleyan...
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