Frankely Judaic: Explorations In Jewish Studies

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A Jewish Studies podcast series featuring the research of Frankel Institute fellows at the University of Michigan.

Episódios

  • Naomi Seidman, Freuds Jewish Languages

    Naomi Seidman, "Freud's Jewish Languages"

    20/11/2020 Duração: 09min

    2020-21 Frankel Institute Translating Jewish Cultures Fellow, Naomi Seidman Project Title: Freud's Jewish Languages

  • Julian Levinson, Flames from the Earth

    Julian Levinson, "Flames from the Earth"

    06/05/2020 Duração: 10min

    2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Julian Levinson Project Title: Flames from the Earth

  • Hannah Pollin - Galay, Khurbn Yiddish: How the Holocaust Changed the Yiddish Language

    Hannah Pollin - Galay, "Khurbn Yiddish: How the Holocaust Changed the Yiddish Language"

    13/04/2020 Duração: 16min

    2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Hannah Pollin-Galay Project Title: Khurbn Yiddish: How the Holocaust Changed the Yiddish Language

  • Harriet Murav, Yiddish Literature of Abandonment

    Harriet Murav, "Yiddish Literature of Abandonment"

    25/02/2020 Duração: 09min

    2019-2020 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Harriet Murav Project Title: "Yiddish Literature of Abandonment"

  • Yaakov Herskovitz, Self-Translation and the Nation

    Yaakov Herskovitz, "Self-Translation and the Nation"

    03/02/2020 Duração: 14min

    2019-2020 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Yaakov Herskovitz Project Title: Self-Translation and the Nation

  • Nick Underwood, Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust

    Nick Underwood, "Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust"

    03/01/2020 Duração: 12min

    2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Nick Underwood Project Title: Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust

  • Saul Zaritt, Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction

    Saul Zaritt, "Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction"

    25/11/2019 Duração: 12min

    2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Saul Zaritt Project Title: "Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction"

  • Eli Rosenblatt Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe

    Eli Rosenblatt "Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe"

    28/10/2019 Duração: 17min

    2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Eli Rosenblatt Project Title: Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe

  • Eve Jochnowitz, Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food

    Eve Jochnowitz, "Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food"

    03/10/2019 Duração: 08min

    2019-20 Frankel Institute "Yiddish Matters" Fellow, Eve Jochnowitz Project Title: Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food

  • Monica Colominas Aparicio, Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia

    Monica Colominas Aparicio, "Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia"

    23/05/2019 Duração: 11min

    2018-19 Frankel Institute: "Sephardic Identites: Medieval and Early Modern" Fellow, Monica Colominas Aparicio Project Title: Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia

  • Moshe Yagur, “Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt

    Moshe Yagur, “Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt"

    25/03/2019 Duração: 12min

    2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities: Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, Moshe Yagur Project Title: Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt

  • Marc Herman, The Oral Torah in an Islamic Key

    Marc Herman, "The Oral Torah in an Islamic Key"

    13/03/2019 Duração: 11min

    2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities, Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, Marc Herman Project Title: The Oral Torah in an Islamic Key

  • Ryan Szpiech, “He is Still Israel? Conversion and Sephardic Identity before and after 1391”

    Ryan Szpiech, “He is Still Israel? Conversion and Sephardic Identity before and after 1391”

    12/02/2019 Duração: 20min

    2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities, Medieval and Early Modern Head Fellow, Ryan Szpiech Project Title: He is Still Israel? Conversion and Sephardic Identity before and after 1391

  • S. J. Pearce, In the Taifa Kingdoms: The Medieval Poetics of Modern Nationalism

    S. J. Pearce, "In the Taifa Kingdoms: The Medieval Poetics of Modern Nationalism"

    18/12/2018 Duração: 14min

    2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities: Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, S. J. Pearce Project Title: In the Taifa Kingdoms: The Medieval Poetics of Modern Nationalism

  • Ross Brann, Andalusi and Sefardi Exceptionalism

    Ross Brann, "Andalusi and Sefardi Exceptionalism"

    01/11/2018 Duração: 19min

    2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities, Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, Ross Brann Project Title: Andalusi and Sefardi Exceptionalism

  • Megan Nutzman, Ritual Healing in Roman and Late Antique Palestine

    Megan Nutzman, "Ritual Healing in Roman and Late Antique Palestine"

    13/03/2018 Duração: 15min

    2017-2018 Frankel Institute Jews and the Material in Antiquity Megan Nutzman Project Title: "Asclepius and Elijah: Ritual Healing in Roman and Late Antique Palestine"

  • Chaya Halberstam, Justice and Mercy Revisited: A Religious-Legal History of Judicial Impartiality

    Chaya Halberstam, "Justice and Mercy Revisited: A Religious-Legal History of Judicial Impartiality"

    19/02/2018 Duração: 09min

    2017-2018 Frankel Institute Jews and the Material in Antiquity Chaya Halberstam Project Title: "Justice and Mercy Revisited: A Religious-Legal History of Judicial Impartiality"

  • Rick Bonnie, Material Religion in Hasmonean-Roman Judaea

    Rick Bonnie, "Material Religion in Hasmonean-Roman Judaea"

    04/01/2018 Duração: 08min

    2017-2018 Frankel Institute Jews and the Material in Antiquity Rick Bonnie Project Title: Material Religion in Hasmonean-Roman Judaea: The Role of the Senses, Space, and Climate in Determining the Use of Synagogues and Miqva’ot

  • Deborah Forger, “God’s embodiment in Jewish Antiquity

    Deborah Forger, “God’s embodiment in Jewish Antiquity"

    30/11/2017 Duração: 11min

    2017-2018 Frankel Institute Jews and the Material in Antiquity Deborah Forger Project Title: God’s embodiment in Jewish Antiquity

  • Juan Tebes,“How the Idumeans Became Scapegoats.”

    Juan Tebes,“How the Idumeans Became Scapegoats.”

    16/10/2017 Duração: 10min

    2017-2018 Frankel Institute Jews and the Material in Antiquity Fellow, Juan Tebes Project Title: How the Idumeans Became Scapegoats.

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