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The Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies Events

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The Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies offers a rich series of programming each semester. We hope you join our event series this spring held in collaboration with the UConn Center for Judaic Studies. To maintain the health and safety of our valued community, all courses and lectures are online through the video conferencing platform Zoom.

The spring semester line-up includes a variety of topics with our presenters sharing from a variety of locations throughout the U.S. A major benefit of our virtual programming is participants can connect regardless of where they live and all of the programs are offered at no cost. We encourage you to browse through our program offerings in the Greenberg Center event calendar below. 

 

  

Watch Fall Event Recordings

Watch Part 1 of Anti-Semitism: Past, Present, and Future A three-part series co-sponsored by the UConn Center for Judaic Studies, the Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies, ALEPH: The Institute of Jewish Ideas, and the Jewish Graduate Study Program. Prof. Deena Grant of the Hartford Seminary presented on, "Responding to an Anti-Semitic Claim about God’s Wrath."


Watch the Sept. 14 program, Yiddish Glory: The Lost Songs of World War II, by Anna Shternshis and Psoy Korolenko, presented by the Greenberg Center and the UConn Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life. It tells the remarkable story of folklorists in the Soviet Union who risked their lives collecting songs from Jewish Red Army soldiers, Jewish refugees, victims and survivors of Ukrainian ghettos, as told by a band of virtuoso musicians.

Watch the recording of a WebEx presentation on What Makes a Great Jewish Leader? by Derek Penslar, the William Lee Frost Professor of Jewish History at Harvard University. The Sept. 10 event was made possible  through the Rose and Arthur Fallmann Fund.