Events

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Rubenstein Library Carpenter Conference Room 249

"What is multilingualism?" to be held Thursday, February 9, 2023, 12-2 p.m. at Duke in Rubenstein Library 249. With Lital Levy (Princeton), Monique Balbuena (University of Oregon), Dominika Baran (… read more about "What is multilingualism?" »

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Rubenstein Library Carpenter Conference Room 249

ConferenceJewish Literature, World Literature: A Global Jewish Modernism ConferenceRubenstein Library 249 (Carpenter Room)Friday, February 10, 202310:00-10:30 - welcome10:30-12:00- panel 1 Allison… read more about "Jewish Literature, World Literature" »

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Washington Duke Inn

The Duke Center for Jewish Studies celebrates 50 years at Duke with the launch of Eric Meyers' memoir An Accidental Archaeologist: A Personal Memoir Paperback. Professor Meyers will have a… read more about Duke CJS Celebrates 50 Years: Memoir Launch with Eric Meyers »

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Brodhead Center - 241 Meeting Room

*reserved spaces for Duke students and faculty**lunch and book provided* RSVP: griffin.orlando@duke.eduJoseph Sassoon is Professor of History and Political Economy at Georgetown's Center for… read more about Research in Archives: A family history that spans 140 years »

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Rubenstein Library Carpenter Conference Room 249

Joseph Sassoon is Professor of History and Political Economy at Georgetown's Center for Contemporary Arab Studies and holds the al-Sabah Chair in Politics and Political Economy of the Arab World. He… read more about The Great Global Merchants and the Making of an Empire »

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John Hope Franklin Center, Ahmadieh Family Conference Hall, Room 240

Joshua Teplitsky is the Joseph Meyerhoff Associate Professor of Modern Jewish History. He studies the history of Jewish life in early modern Central Europe, with an eye both to the particularities of… read more about NCJSS Welcomes Joshua Teplitsky »

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The Rudnick lecture welcomes Ambassador Dennis Ross, Ambassador Dennis Ross is counselor and William Davidson Distinguished Fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Prior to returning… read more about Rudnick lecture presents Ambassador Dennis Ross »

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Richard Wolin discusses his book "Heidegger in Ruins: Between Philosophy and Ideology" in this lunchtime seminar.Richard Wolin is an intellectual historian. He is Distinguished Professor of History… read more about Heidegger in Ruins: Between Philosophy and Ideology »

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Page Auditorium

The Duke Center for Jewish Studies, with Jewish Life at Duke and the Program American Grand Strategy, present a special conversation with former Israeli Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett.Tickets will… read more about An Evening with Naftali Bennett »

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John Hope Franklin Center, Ahmadieh Family Conference Hall, Room 240

The North Carolina Jewish Studies Seminar welcomes Cordelia Hess, professor of Nordic History and speaker of the Interdisciplinary Center for Baltic Sea Region Research (Ifzo). PhD Hamburg University… read more about NCJSS Welcomes Cordelia Hess »

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Rubenstein Arts Center, Film Theater

Charlotte tells the story of the artist Charlotte Salomon (1917-1943), whose collection of paintings, called "Life? Or Theater?," can be considered one of the first graphic novels. The… read more about Film Screening: Charlotte »

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John Hope Franklin Center, Ahmadieh Family Conference Hall, Room 240

Join the North Carolina Jewish Studies Seminar in welcoming our 2022-23 Shatzmiller Fellows to campus. Erika Mejia is a third year PhD student in the Department of Hebrew Literature at the Hebrew… read more about NCJSS Welcomes the 2022-23 Shatzmiller Fellows »