History seminars at the IHR
Sponsored in memory of Deana and Jack Eisenberg
Convenors: Professor Michael Berkowitz (UCL), Dr Francois Guesnet (UCL), Professor Ada Rapoport-Albert (UCL), Professor David Cesarani (Royal Holloway), Professor David Feldman (Birkbeck), Dr Shirli Gilbert (Southampton), Dr Andrea Schatz (KCL).
Please note that this is not a 'lecture' format. Papers will be distributed in advance, via e-mail, in order to be discussed. If you plan to attend and have not yet received a paper, please contact Professor M Berkowitz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Venue: Peter Marshall Room 204, 2nd floor, IHR, North block, Senate House
Time: Tuesday, 5.15pm
Reconsidering Jewish Art History
Marc Epstein (Vassar College)
Francois Guesnet, (UCL)
Vollrath von Maltzan: A German Diplomat and 'Mischlinge' in Weimar, the Third Reich, and the Federal Republic, 1899-1967
Jean-Marc Dreyfus, (University of Manchester)
Jewish Chaplaincy and the British Armed Forces 1892-1919
Jonathan Lewis, (UCL)
The Kibbutz's Passage into the State of Israel: A Socio-Political Crisis or a Cultural-Epistemological Rift?
Lior Libman (UCL/Hebrew University)
The Jews, the Left, and the Idea of Revolutionary Violence in the 1960s and 70s
Julia David, (Paris)
Please note: this session has been postponed until the next academic year
The Significance of the 1989 Revolutions for the Revival of Jewish Life in Europe
Antony Lerman, (London)
The Jew in Dutch Cinema
Eyal Boers (Tel Aviv University)
Naomi Tadmor (Lancaster University) and Mike Beckerman (New York University)