In This Section Events News Events Upcoming events with the Center for Jewish Studies In-Person Event, December 12, 2023 Too Much Too Soon: Holocaust Memory in Zionist Propaganda and Foreign Aid Fundraising in the Post-World War Two Moment Join us on December 12, 2023 as we welcome Ryken Farr, a University of Minnesota undergraduate student, to present his Holocaust memory research! In-Person Event, February 14, 2024 Voicing Propaganda to Nazi Germany: Annemarie Hase, a German-Jewish Refugee at the BBC This lecture will tell the story of Hase’s life as a refugee in London, focusing especially on her work at the BBC. It will explore what made Hase’s propaganda broadcasts so… In-Person Event, March 10, 2024 The Demons in the Details, or Why Are All Those Demons in the Talmud? In this talk we'll examine how demons are constructed in the Talmud and explore medieval and modern resistances to the presence of demons in Judaism. In-Person Event, March 27, 2024 Feeling Jewish: Nostalgia and American Jewish Religion In her book Beyond the Synagogue: Jewish Nostalgia as Religious Practice, religious studies professor Rachel B. Gross examines the longing of many American Jews for Eastern… In-Person Event, April 17, 2024 Movie-Made Jews This talk will focus on the American Jewish cinematic tradition that is much more diverse and pluralistic than most people realize.