Tag Archives: Syracuse University

(Courses) Syracuse Department of Religion (Fall 2017)

 

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The Place of Religion in Film (Islam & Judaism) (Conference Notes)

Here are some quick notes from the recent Place of Religion in Film conference at Syracuse, organized by my friend and colleague Gail Hamner. What caught my attention was the prominence of Jews and Muslims, especially in relation to gender, in … Continue reading

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(Conference) The Place of Religion in Film (Syracuse University)

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE MARCH 31 – APRIL 1 2017 Friday 9 – 10:40 a.m. (3) Panel 1 Reinhartz, Religion, Body and Place inFélix et Meira (Quebec, 2014) Shenker, That made me a woman: On body and gender representations in Israel’s religious-community films-making … Continue reading

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Israel’s Greatest Victory: 1967 and the End of the Zionist Project (Menachem Lorberbaum at Syracuse University) (March 28)

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Shimon Dotan at Syracuse (The Daily Orange Weighs In)

Much better than the garbage journalism at the Atlantic, get the dish here from the Syracuse Daily Orange on the Shimon Dotan at SU dish. Unlike at the Atlantic, the Daily Orange did real journalism, interviewing Dotan himself and a … Continue reading

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Statement re: Shimon Dotan, Syracuse University, and the Atlantic Magazine

With great sadness, I am writing in my capacity as director of Jewish Studies and as a close colleague and personal friend of Professor Hamner to share with the public my best assessment of the recent business concerning Syracuse University, … Continue reading

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Polin Museum Rising From the Rubble (Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett at Syracuse)

Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett is this year’s Rudolph Lecturer hosted by the Jewish Studies Program at Syracuse University.      

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