THE CENTER FOR JEWISH STUDIES AT UC SANTA CRUZ

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Regine Basha: "Tuning Baghdad"

  May 5, 2011 | 4-5:30 PM | Free & Open to the Public Humanities 1 Building, Room 210, UC Santa Cruz Directions and Parking Information Regine Basha has been an curator of contemporary art and art writer since the early 1990s. Her exhibition and writing history can be found on bashaprojects.com. Amongst her most […]

Women, Jews and Venetians Conference

Our gathering is directed to bringing women into the Venetian historical account. We will focus on the ways in which Jewish women, in part through their connections to other Venetian and Italian women, helped to articulate what it was to be modern, and thus participated in the forging of modern Venetian, Italian, and Jewish identities. […]

Noel King Memorial Lecture: Jonathan Brown and Nathaniel Deutsch

The Noel Q. King Memorial Lectures celebrate the work of the late Noel Q. King, Professor Emeritus of History and Comparative Religion at UC Santa Cruz. This conversation between two scholars of religious studies reflects Professor King’s lifelong commitment to, and joy in, interfaith dialogue.

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