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B'nai Binge Streaming Programming List for September 22 by Laurie Baron and Beth Chernoff

All Times Are Eastern Standard Time

Thursday, Sept 22

10:30 am
Thomas Kühne, Rachel O’Sullivan, Michelle Gordon, Aleksandra Szczepan, and Dorota Glowacka, “Colonial Paradigms of Violence: Comparative Analysis of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Mass Killing,” Wiener Holocaust Library,

12 pm
Todd Endelman, “Redcliffe Salaman: A Jewish Race Scientist in 20th Century Britain,” Frankel Center for Judaic Studies, University of Michigan,

12:30 pm
Julie Salamon Interviews Ruth Messinger. Global Ambassador for American Jewish World Service , American Jewish Historical Society,

1 pm
Ayala Fader, “Hidden Heretics: Jewish Doubt in the Digital Age,” YIVO,

1 pm
Jeffrey Veidlinger, “In the Midst of Civilized Europe: The Programs of 1918-1921 and the Onset of the Holocaust,” Institute for Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies, University of Massachusetts,

1 pm
Richard Address, “Growing Older, Living Longer: Four Values That Support Our Elder Life Stages,” Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning,

1 pm
Alex Moshkin, “The Art of Marginality: Ars Poetika and Russian-Israeli Poets of the 1.5 Generation,” Jewish Studies, Fordham University,

1 pm
Svitlana Telukha, “Survivors about Surviving the Holocaust in Ukraine: According to Eyewitness Accounts,” Harriman Institute, Columbia University and Gross Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Ramapo College,

2 pm
Joseph Dweck and Jonathan Dobrer, “Queen Elizabeth II: Her Connection to the Jewish Community,” American Jewish University,

3 pm
Glória Ribeiro, “Jewish Lisbon and Portugal: A Community Reconnecting with Its Past,” Qesher,

4 pm
Larissa Remennick, "Russian-Speaking Jews in Israel and in the West: The Formation of a Transnational Diaspora," Tanenbaum Centre for Judaic Studies, University of Toronto,

5 pm
Morgan Blum Schneider, Sara Brown, Mikal Eckstrom, Jonathan Edelman, Josh Franklin, and Anna Voremberg Ellement, “Education, Remembrance, Prevention: Careers in Holocaust and Genocide Studies,” Undergraduate Program in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Clark University,

6 pm
Steven Pressman, “The Levys of Monticello,” Charleston Jewish Filmfest,

7pm Jake Sherman Dream Band, “Modern Jewish Sounds Concert,” Museum of Jewish Heritage,

7 pm
Rafael Medoff and Marty Ostrow, “The US and the Holocaust,” Sousa-Mendes Foundation,

7 pm
Sanford Greenberg interviewed by Wolf Blitzer, “Hello Darkness, My Old Friend,” 92nd St. Y,

7 pm
Caraid O’Brien, Anna Rozenfeld, “The Voice of a Woman: Diana Blumenfeld and Miriam Kressyn on Postwar Yiddish Radio,” Yiddish Book Center,

7:30 pm
Carole Naggar and Ben Shneiderman, “Chim: Between Devastation and Resurrection,” Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center,

8 pm
Danya Ruttenberg, “On Repentance and Repair: Making Amends in an Unapologetic World,” Jewish Women’s Archive,

8 pm
Joanna Śliwa, “Jewish Childhood in Kraków: A Microhistory of the Holocaust,” Jewish Studies, Arizona State University,

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