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Cantorial Student Nancy Dubin Presents "Yom HaShoah Through the Eyes of Children"
Cantorial student Nancy Dubin presented "Yom HaShoah Through the Eyes of Children," a tribute to children who struggled and died in the Holocaust, during her practicum at HUC-JIR/New York.
The Ugliness of Moses Mendelssohn: Aesthetics, Religion & Morality in the Eighteenth Century
Dr. Leah Hochman’s new book, "The Ugliness of Moses Mendelssohn: Aesthetics, Religion & Morality in the Eighteenth Century" (Routledge Jewish Studies Series), examines the aesthetics of ugliness through the prism of one of our great philosophers.
Director of the Louchheim School for Judaic Studies and Associate Professor of Jewish Thought, HUC-JIR/Los Angeles
From Arab Spring to Arab Summer - Or Winter? Fault Lines in the Arab and Muslim Worlds
Drs. Joshua Holo and Reuven Firestone on fault lines in the Arab and Muslim Worlds.
Regenstein Professor in Medieval Judaism and Islam, HUC-JIR/Los Angeles
Dean, Jack H. Skirball Campus; Associate Professor of Jewish History, HUC-JIR/Los Angeles