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4.15 Assimilation

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Himmelfarb Retirement Conference Afternoon Session

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Collective Trauma, Identity, and Healing: An Ethnography of Neo-Hasidic Jews in English-Speaking Jerusalem, Naomi Shifrin, UG '22 (3968076)

Collective trauma emerged as a focus of scholarly inquiry with the First World War. Today, sociologists understand that collective trauma can give rise to the construction of meaning and identity…

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Exploring "The Global Ghetto" Rome, Venice and Krakow

2011 PIIRS Global Seminars

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Day 4: Transmission and Hegemony

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Day 3: Boundaries and Definitions

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Day 1 Methods and Materials

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Day 2 Regional Profiles

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Session 4 _The Netherlands: Culture and Global History

Saturday Morning, 26 February, 20229.45 a.m. – 11.30 a.m. (EST); 3.45 p.m. – 5.30 p.m. (CET). – Session 4Session 4 Chair – Paize Keulemans, Department of East Asian Studies,…

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Barley, Wheat, and Ex-Communication- A Study of Judeo-Persian Correspondence from Eleventh-Century Bamiyan

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Medieval Blood Libel and Anti-Asian American Racism

Links 1. Video home page on Middle Ages for Educators2. For reports and resources on Anti-Asian and Anti-Asian American Sentiment, see the AAPI COVID-19 Project.3. For images, maps, and graphs on the…

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By Dawn's Early Light: Introduction by the Curators

Living in an age when Jews are fully integrated into so much of America’s public and popular culture, it is difficult to imagine a time before they shone on the stage and printed page. Such a…

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Outliers, Outlaws, and the Origins of the Jewish War Against Rome

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Why Were The Early Christians Persecuted?

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The Rise and Fall of the Judeo-Christian Consensus

Catholics, Protestants, and Jews are not well known for getting along; throughout the twentieth century, however, Americans of all three faiths formed a religious consensus that rested on a shared…

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Panel Discussion on 'The Passion of the Christ' March 2, 2004

March 2, 2004 - Moderator: Rev. Thomas Breidenthal, Dean of Princeton's Office of Religious Life: "Panel Discussion on 'The Passion of the Christ'"

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