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Faculty book named in top 26 books in Jewish History to read in 2022

NJJN LogoTartakoff2019Professor Nancy Sinkoff's book, From Left to Right: Lucy S. Dawidowicz, the New York Intellectuals, and the Politics of Jewish History, named as one of the top 26 books in Jewish History to read in 2022!

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Rutgers Students Decipher the Hieroglyphics of Ancient Egypt

NJJN LogoTartakoff2019Written by John Chadwick | SAS Senior Writer

Challenging new class offered for the first time at Rutgers

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NJJN LogoMichal Raucher featured on the podcast "Identity Crisis, " speaking on "How Jews Talk about Abortion"Raucher Square

As the U.S. Supreme Court takes up the highest-profile legal challenge to Texas' new abortion law this week, Yehuda Kurtzer and Michal Raucher (Rutgers University) examine the Jewish communal conversation around abortion.

Jews have historically been both pro-natalist and pro-choice. And that's not an obvious combination. How does this dichotomy manifest in attitudes, social policy, and legislation around issues of abortion in the U.S. and Israel? 

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Facing Hate: Antisemitism, Race, and White Supremacy, a free webinar hosted by @Facing History

NJJN LogoDecember 8, 2021
7 PM ET | 4 PM PT

Tartakoff2019Professors Paola Tartakoff and Anthony Appiah will discuss how concepts of race continue to feed antisemitic ideologies, how antisemitism continues to impact ideas of race, and how we can work to uproot white supremacy and racism from our schools and our society today.

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Rutgers’ Nancy Sinkoff will talk about Europe, America, and Lucy Dawidowicz for two local shuls

By Lois Goldrich
October 6, 2021

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