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B'nai Binge Streaming Programming List for December 1 by Laurie Baron

All Times Are Eastern Standard Time

Wednesday, December 1

10 am-4:30 pm
JTS Day of Learning, Jewish Theological Seminary,

11 am
David Bernstein, “The Pen and the Sword in the Warsaw Ghetto,” Valley Beit Midrash,

12 pm
Libby Copeland, Ori Soltes, Deborah Tannen, and Oksana Yakushko, “Identity and the Arts,” Fritz Ascher Society,

1 pm
Karin Schutjer “'The Jew in the Thorn’: Antisemitism, Fairy Tales & the Brothers Grimm,” Schusterman Center for Judaic and Israel Studies, University of Oklahoma,

1 pm
Peter Filkins, “H.G. Adler’s Panorama,” Leo Baeck Institute,

1 pm
Judy Klitsner, “Chanukah Candles, the Burning Bush, and the Jewish People,” Orange County Jewish Community Scholar Program,

2 pm
Dirk Moses, Christine Achinger, and Philippe Sands, “The Problems of Genocide,” Wiener Holocaust Library,

2 pm
Dahlia Sheindlin, Anshel Pfeffer, and Debra Shushan, “Is It Possible to Shrink the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?” J Street,

3 pm
Esther Kustanowitz,”TVGoneJewy: Jewish Representation on TV and Popular Culture Today,” American Jewish University,

3 pm
Barak and Tomer Heymann "Whos Gonna Love Me Now,: a Conversation about life with HIV- AIDS, the Fight Against Social Stigmas,” A Wider Bridge, The Consulate General of Israel to the Pacific Northwest, and The East Bay International Jewish Film Festival,

3 pm
David Deutsch, “Faith During the Holocaust,” Echoes and Reflections,

4 pm
Mindell Pierce, Micah Becker-Klein, and Michael Berenbaum, “Love with No Tomorrow: Tales of Romance During the Holocaust, Classrooms Without Borders,

4 pm
Marina Rustow, “Jews In The ‘Lands Of Java’: The Indian Ocean Trade And Its Implications For Medieval Judaism,” Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies, Columbia University,

4:30 pm                                                                                                                                                                       Charlotte Fonrobert and Mark Fathi Massoud, “Madrasa-Midrasha: Jurisprudence & Diaspora, Diller Center for Jewish Studies and Center for Islamic Studies, Graduate Theological Union,

5 pmCarolina de Robertis, Michael David Lukas, and Chanan Tigay, “Writing Global Jewish Narratives,” Jewish Studies, San Francisco State University,

6 pm
Margaret Burnham and Menachem Kaiser, “Plunder, Reparations, and Restorative Justice,” Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Committee, Northeastern University,

6:30 pm
Anthony Roth Costanzo, Isabel Leonard, and the Clarion Choir and Orchestra, Handel’s Judas Maccabaeus,” Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center,

6:45 pm
Rui Diogo, “Debunking the Science of Racism,” Smithsonian Associates,

7 pm
Debórah Dwork: "Saints and Liars: American Relief and Rescue Workers during the Nazi Era," Holocaust Resource Center, Kean University,

7:30 pm
Gary Shteyngart, “Our Country Cousins,” 92nd St. Y,

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