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Jewish Studies Lectures

Each year, the Jewish Studies Program sponsors several public events in order to forge connections between the Westchester Jewish community and the undergraduate program.

These events can include:

  • films, often Israeli or international, moderated by faculty members or guest speakers
  • public lectures on topics in history, religion, literature, or philosophy, usually thematically tied to a course
  • lectures relating to Holocaust studies 

Past Events:

  • Nov 12
    The Klezmatics

    The Klezmatics

    Time:  3:00pm

    The Klezmatics are globally-renowned world music superstars, playing klezmer steeped in Eastern European Jewish tradition and spirituality mixed with a broad range of eclectic musical influences - music that is wild, mystical, provocative, reflective, and ecstatically danceable.

  • Sep 20
    Delicious Peace Cd Cover

    Abayudaya: The Music and Culture of the Jews of Uganda

    Time:  7:00pm

    Rabbi Jeffrey Summit joins us for a lecture on the music and culture of the Jews of Uganda.

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