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B'nai Binge Streaming Programming List for September 15 by Laurie Baron and Beth Chernoff

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Thursday, September 15

12 pm
Sara Efrat Efron, “Sarah: The First Feminist,” Hadassah Chicago-Northshore,

12 pm
Michael Figueroa, “Musical Memorialism and the Politics of Bereavement in Jerusalem,” Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, Brandeis University,

12:30 pm
Michael Twitty, “Kosher Soul,” Vilna Shul and Jewish Book Council,

3 pm
Judith Cohen, “Sefarad: The Music of the Jews of Spain, Portugal, and Their Diaspora,” Qesher,

3 pm
Katarzyna Person, “Warsaw Ghetto Police - The Jewish Order Service During the Nazi Occupation,” Jewish Studies, Arizona State University,

3:30 pm
Max Czollek, “Revenge: History and Fantasy,” Leo Baeck Institute,

4 pm
Ashley Jardina, “White Grievance Politics,” Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Drew University,

4 pm
Leah Sarna, “God’s Prayer: The Central Image of Selihot,” Valley Beit Midrash,

6 pm
Shalom Sabar, “Virgins And Unicorns: Decorated Ketubbot From Corfu,” Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies, Columbia University,

6:30 pm
Nina Totenberg, “Dinners With Ruth,” Streicker Center, Temple Emanu-El,

7 pm
Marjorie Agosin, Ruth Behar, Andrea Jeftanovic, Perla Sneh, and Nora Strejilevich, The House of Memory: Jewish Stories from Jewish Women of Latin am
erica," Yiddish Book Center and Jewish Studies, Wellesley College,

7 pmAmy-Jill Levine, Joseph Sievers, Shaye Cohen, and Angela Kim Harkins, “Whose Law: Christians and Jews Rethink the Pharisees,” Jewish Studies, Fordham University,

7 pm
Ken Burns and Michael Abramowitz, “The Holocaust and Authoritarianism Today,” Florida Holocaust Museum,

8 pm
Letty Cottin Pogrebin, “Shanda: A Memoir of Shame and Secrecy,” Jewish Women’s Archive and Temple Beth Zion,

8 pm
Alyza Lewin, “Is Anti-Zionism Antisemitism in 2022?” Hadassah New York,

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