All events for fall 2020 will be remote, held via Zoom. In the upcoming weeks, please check our web site and social media sites for Zoom links.
Sept 14, 5:30pm
Swastikas on Jakob Schiff-Straße:
The Peculiar History of Jewish Street Names in Frankfurt am Main, 1872-1938
with Max Lazar, PhD candidate in the department of history at UNC Chapel Hill.
Oct 15, 5:30pm
Advocacy for Holocaust Education in Late 1950s West Germany
with Daniela R. P. Weiner, the Jim Joseph Postdoctoral Fellow in the Concentration in Education & Jewish Studies at Stanford University.
Oct 28, 7:00pm
The Morris, Ida and Alan Heilig Lectureship in Jewish Studies
Melancholic Redemption and the Hopelessness of Hope: From Kafka to Dylan
with Elliot Wolfson, distinguished professor of religion at University of California, Santa Barbara.
Nov 12, 5:00 pm
Uhlman Family Seminar: organized by Carolina Public Humanities
Ordinary Men Revisited: The Evolution of Holocaust Perpetrator Studies
with Christopher Browning, the Frank Porter Graham Professor Emeritus at UNC-Chapel Hill and professor emeritus of the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies.
Nov 16, 5:30 pm
La Confédération Universelle des Juifs Sépharadites:
Building a Transnational Sephardi Network out of Interwar Paris
with Robin Buller, PhD candidate in the department of history at UNC Chapel Hill.