Public Lectures 2004-2005
100 Years After Herzl:
Zionism as International Nationalism
Michael Brenner, University of Munich, Germany
American Sports Culture
In Comparative Perspective:
Yet Another American Exceptionalism
Andrei Markovits, University of Michigan, Ann
Analysis of a Pedigreed Prejudice Andrei Markovits,
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Switzerland, National Socialist
Past, and the Legacy of History Jacques Picard,
University of Basel, Switzerland
Could Hungarian Jewry Have Survived the Holocaust?
New Answers to an Old Question
László Karsai, University of Szeged, Hungary
Anti-Semitism in Europe.
Traditions, Structures, Manifestations.
Wolfgang Benz, Zentrum fuer Antisemitismusforschung, Berlin,
Jewish Literary Renaissance
in Post-Communist Hungary
Ivan Sanders, Suffolk College, SUNY
"Committees for the Settlement
of Russian-Jewish Refugees - Anywhere but Here" European
Jewry and the Pogrom
John Klier, University College London, UK
Jewish Regeneration under
Siege: The Challenge of German Jewry in the 1930s
Guy Miron, Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem
Prague 1744 - Lake Success
1947: Diplomacy Without A State -
A Jewish contribution to statecraft?
Shlomo Avineri, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Screening of the film "Father
of the Refugees"
followed by a discussion with Martin Smok
Being Jewish on the Screen:
Images and Memory in Contemporary Film
Frank Stern, University of Vienna