Moran Arad

ISRAELI MUSIC EXTRAVAGANZA!

Featuring award-winning singer Moran Arad with members of Brazilian Band SambaDá! DRUMS: Gary Kehoe GUITARS: Nelsen Hutchison BASS: Etienne David Franc SAXOPHONES: Anne Stafford KEYBOARD: Avi Tchamni PERCUSSION: Noam Harel Monday, March 7 at 8:30pm UCSC Porter/Kresge Dining Hall The show is FREE for all Doors open at 8:00pm For more information, contact atchamni@ucsc.edu.

The Diarna Project

Call for Applications: UCSC Center for Jewish Studies Summer Fellowship at Diarna

Organization: Digital Heritage Mapping (DHM), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, specializes in virtual documentation of global cultural heritage sites. DHM is partnered with the American Sephardi Federation at The Center for Jewish History to advance Diarna. Project: DHM’s flagship initiative, Diarna: Geo-Museum of North African and Middle Eastern Jewish Life, pioneers the use of digital mapping […]

Venice Ghetto at 500 and the Future of Memory

Jewish Studies Conference to Examine Venice Ghetto and the Future of Memory

By Scott Rappaport The Center for Jewish Studies at UC Santa Cruz will present a one-day conference, The Venice Ghetto at 500 and the Future of Memory, on campus February 23, at the Humanities 1 Building. The conference will address the complexity of the Ghetto of Venice as it marks its 500th anniversary–both as an actual physical […]

Hedwig Rose at the IHR

Holocaust Survivor and Scholar Hedwig Rose to Give Public Talk at UCSC on Jan. 21

By Scott Rappaport. Following her father’s arrest by the Nazis in 1942, six-year-old Hedwig Rose, her mother, and sister spent three years hidden in an Amsterdam cellar by a Christian friend until the country was liberated on May 5, 1945. Today Rose is a well-known speaker, a frequent visiting scholar at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, a […]

Ghetto Vecchio

Mapping Liminal Jewish Spaces with Katie Trostel and Erica Smeltzer

  Wednesday, February 10, 2016 | 12:00-1:30 PM | Free & Open to the Public Humanities Building 2, Room 259, UC Santa Cruz Directions and Parking Information Literature graduate students, Katie Trostel and Erica Smeltzer will present their digital works-in-progress as part of their ongoing work related to the Venice Ghetto and Liminal Spaces and […]

Hedy Rose

Hedy Rose: “My Childhood in Hiding: Amsterdam, 1942-1945”

  Thursday, January 21, 2016 | 7:00-8:30 PM | Free & Open to the Public Music Recital Hall, UC Santa Cruz Directions and Parking Information Following her father’s arrest by the Nazis, Hedy Rose, her mother, and sister spent nearly four years hidden in an Amsterdam cellar by a Christian Samaritan. Please join us for […]

Portrait of Joel S. Kaminsky

Joel Kaminsky: “Does God Play Favorites?: A Dialogue on Chosenness in Genesis”

  Tuesday, November 24, 2015 | 10:00-11:45 AM | Free & Open to the Public Porter College, Room 144, UC Santa Cruz Directions and Parking Information Professor Kaminsky will explore various motifs surrounding the theme of special divine favor toward certain individuals and groups that pervades Genesis in hopes of illuminating these often troubling narratives. […]