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B'nai Binge Streaming Programming List for September 14 by Laurie Baron and Beth Chernoff

All Times Are Eastern Standard Time

Wednesday, September 14

6 -12:45 am
Israel Zangwill and his Legacies Conference, Parkes Institute,

12 pm
Sarina Roffé, “Rosh Hashana Foods,” am
erican Sephardic Federation,

1 pm
Alexis Landau, "Those Who Are Saved," Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County,

1 pm
Gila Fine “Heavens Give Me Patience” R. Yishmael, King Lear, and the Divine Tragedy,” Orange County Jewish Community Scholar Program,

1 pm
Isabel Vincent, “Overture of Hope: Two Sisters' Daring Plan that Saved Opera's Jewish Stars from the Third Reich, New York Public Library,

1 pm
Weronika Kostyrko, “The Dancer and the Holocaust: A Biography of Pola Nirenska,” YIVO,

1 pm
Michael Beyo, “Third-generation Holocaust Survivor: What Does That Mean? Does Trauma Make Us Strong? Center for Holocaust Education of the East Valley JCC,

1 pm
Harris Bor, “Staying Human-Can Judaism Speak to the Issues Raised by Artificial Intelligence,” Valley Beit Midrash,

1:30 pm
“Exiled Artists in Wartime am
erica,” Ben Uri Gallery and Museum,

4 pm
Josh Kun and Todd Presner,” Why the Jews?” Shoah Foundation, University of Southern California,

4 pm
Robert Satloff, Aaron David Miller, and David Horovitz, “Israel’s Upcoming Elections,” am
erican Friends of Rabin Medical Center and Global Connections,

4 pm
Larissa Remennick, "The 'Tribes' of Modern Israel: Ethnicity, Religion and Politics," Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Toronto,

5 pm
Jenny Hestermann, "Staged reconciliation: German politicians visiting Israel in the Post-War Era," Azrieli Institute of Israel Studies, Concordia University,

6 pm
Michal Bar-Asher Siegal, “Christianity in the Babylonian Talmud: The Creation of Inter-religious Literary Networks,” Jewish Studies, Fordham University,

6:30 pm
Jeffrey Sussman, “Holocaust Fighters: Boxers, Resisters, and Avengers,” Florida Holocaust Museum,

6:30 pm
Michael Brenner, “Insurrection in a Bavarian Beer Hall: Hitler’s Failed Putsch and Its Consequences,” Smithsonian Associates,

7 pm
Rachel Barenbaum, "Atomic Anna," Hadassah-Brandeis Institute,

7 pm
Jennifer Grayson and Michelle Paymar, “From Cairo to the Cloud - The World of the Cairo Geniza,” Klau Library, Hebrew Union College,

7 pm
Karlos Hill, Carsten Schapkow, Hadas Cohen and Alan Levenson, “Bearing Witness: Three Views from Berlin,” Schusterman Center for Judaic and Israel Studies, University of Oklahoma,

7:45 pm
Ken Burns, Lynn Novick, Sarah Botstein, and Daniel Mendelsohn. “The U.S. and the Holocaust,” 92nd Street Y,

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