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International Conference Held at Yeshiva University Museum

On Monday, Dec. 10, 2018, the Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies, in collaboration with the Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Jewish Studies, the Dahan Center for Culture, Society & Education in the Sephardic Heritage and the Yeshiva University Museum, will host an international conference titled “Displacements of Jewish Communal Life in Islamic Lands and Cultural

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Center for Israel Studies Begins an International Film Project

The Israelite Samaritans Project Has Begun This international research project of the Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies (CIS) will culminate in a major Hebrew language documentary, a travelling exhibition developed with Yeshiva University Museum, conferences, commentaries, courses and student field work with the Samaritans. The first two events of this international collaboration will take

Addressing BDS in the American Academy

Center for Israel Studies Event Explores Complexities of Jewish Identity on Campus  On November 8, Yeshiva University’s Center for Israel Studies presented two scholars in conversation about anti-Israel activities in the world of academia at its 2017 Joseph and Faye Glatt Program on Israel and the Rule of Law Lecture. Titled “Israel, BDS and Campus

YU to Host International Conference on Arch of Titus

YU’s Center for Israel Studies and YU Museum to Host October 29 Symposium The Arch of Titus, built to commemorate Roman triumph in the Jewish War of 66-74 CE, has stood as a touchstone of Western civilization for nearly 2,000 years. Yet, the meaning and significance of the monument – for the victorious Romans, for

A Celebration of Cultural Exploration

Center for Israel Studies Arts Festival Portrays Israel Through Image and Word Through May 25, Yeshiva University’s Center for Israel Studies (CIS) will host an arts festival on campus dedicated to celebrating the arts and Israel through imagery and words, continuing a tradition of cultural exploration at YU that was originally created by Dr. Norman

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