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Story 6/17/2020

Remembering Prof. Matthew B. Hoffman

Prof. Matthew Hoffman is remembered by Franklin & Marshal College colleagues.

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Story 2/26/2020

Israel through a Colored Lens: Black Perspectives on Israeli...

Bryan Roby, Assistant Professor of Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, explores...

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Story 9/5/2019

A Long Way From Behind Enemy Lines

Four years after the liberation of Paris from Nazi occupation, Marthe Cohn enlisted as an Allied...

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Story 2/27/2017

How Jews become Israelis a lecture by Derek Penslar

From the start, the Zionist project featured a constant tension between continuity and rupture...

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Story 9/20/2016

Lin Jaldati: Art is My Weapon

Jewlia Eisenberg and David Shneer               In 1934, at 22 years of age and one year after...

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Story 4/20/2015

Making New Discoveries at the Intersection of Art and...

A painter who displays her inspiration in abstract art, an F&M sophomore recently explored how the...

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Story 12/4/2014

"Traumatic Memory and Irreversible History in Primo Levi's...

Primo Levi's If Not Now, When? is a work of historical fiction describing the sufferings and small...

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Story 12/4/2014

The Pope and Mussolini

Based on David I. Kertzer's new Book "The Pope and Mussolini" this lecture, presented in April 2014...

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Story 12/4/2014

Forget the Landscape: The Art of Memory in Rabbinic and...

Gil Klein, Assistant Professor of Theological Studies at Loyal Marymount University presented...

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