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B'nai Binge Streaming Programming List for September 19 by Laurie Baron and Beth Chernoff

All Times Are Eastern Standard Time

Monday, Sept. 19

9 am
Beth Berkowitz, Joe Sukurai, and Moria Ran Ben Hai, “New Perspectives on Jewish Gender in Antiquity and Today,” Association for Jewish Studies,

11:20 am
Yael Perlov, "Ben-Gurion Epilogue," Americans for Ben Gurion University and Center for Israel Studies, American University,

12 pm
Isaac Montagu, “Rosh Hashanah Melodies from Morocco and Gibraltar,” My Jewish Learning,

12 pm
Anshel Pfeffer and Bret Stephens, “Jewish Life in Wartime Ukraine,” Sapir,

1 pm
Mychal Springer, “Bridging Dust and Divinity in the Days of Awe: Unpacking the Unetaneh Tokef Prayer,” Jewish Theological Seminary,

2:30 pm
Daniel Herskowitz, “Hannah Arendt and the Controversy over Eichmann in Jerusalem,” JW3,

4 pm
Willi Goetschel, "From the Jewish Renaissance to Life after Auschwitz: Margarete Susman, a Philosopher in her Time," Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies, University of Toronto,

5 pm
. Yael Aronoff, Ariana Mentzel, Kirsten Fermaglich, and Amy Simon, “Guide on Antisemitism for the MSU Community, Serling Institute for Jewish Studies and Modern Israel, Michigan State University,

6 pm
Sara Horowitz, “Loving Me, Loving Jew: Jews, Gender, and the Anxieties of Belonging,” Serling Institute for Jewish Studies and Modern Israel, Michigan State University,

7 pm
Ellaine Rosen, “Art History through a Jewish Lens: From Bezalel to Agam,” Museum at Eldridge Street,

7 pm
Joseph Ringel, “Can a Monk Be a Jew? Examining the Israeli Supreme Court Brother Daniel Case,” Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning,

7 pm
David Kertzer, “The Pope at War,” Jewish Studies, Eastern Michigan University,

9 pm
Nick Underwood, “Yiddish Paris: Creating a Jewish Nation Between Two World Wars,” Jewish Studies, University of Colorado,

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