Our next event: The Mysteries of Isaac Bashevis Singer
Indian novelist Chandrahas Choudhury will discuss his admiration for the work of the great Yiddish novelist Isaac Bashevis Singer, and focus on the moments in Singer's novels when the characters become powerfully aware of the mysteries of God, of creation, of sex, and of their own selves. [Read more...]
Rossen's work is the first full-length book to examine representations of Jewish identity in both modern and postmodern dance.
Dr. Lichtenstein was recognized by her peers for her outstanding undergraduate teaching.
Students nominated and selected Dr. Grumberg as the 44th recipient of the annual Jean Holloway Teaching Award.
The nascent publication, founded by Louis Newman of Carleton College and Jonathan Crane of Emory University, will feature accessible peer-reviewed articles on contemporary moral and ethical issues.
Daily Texan reporter Natalie Sullivan has the scoop on the language course's disappearance and reinstatement, and why Yiddish matters.