Category Archives: Religion

Looking for an Interesting Class to Take Fall Quarter?

These classes still have space for Autumn Quarter! NEAR E 150 Israel: Dynamic Society and Global Flashpoint (5) I&S Barzilai, Burstein, Migdal, Pianko, Sokoloff  Introduces the people, institutions, and culture of Israel in the context of larger global forces. Examines domestic, regional, … Continue reading

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Richard Dawkins to speak tonight 10/7

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Seattle Jewish Film Festival– Begins May 3!

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The Gatekeepers of Christendom: Religious Politics and the Challenge of Islam in the New West

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Two Interesting Lectures:: Hosted by the History Department

April 30, 7:00, Kane 220. Adam Michnik “Revolution’s Aftermath: Twenty Years of Polish Democracy” Adam Michnik, former dissident, historian, essayist and one of Europe’s leading journalists. Michnik has been Editor-in-Chief of Gazeta Wyborcza, Poland’s first independent daily newspaper, since 1989. … Continue reading

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Exciting Social Science Courses!

POLSH 420       JEWS AND THE HOLOCAUST IN POLISH LITERATURE AND CINEMA SLN 16977       Wed,Fri 12:30-2:20       Instructor: Chojnowski (VLPA) 5 credits Before World War II about 3.5 million Jews lived in Poland. … Continue reading

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Visiting Scholar to Lecture on Antisemitism

Antisemitism: An Eternal Hatred? is the title of a lecture by Steven Beller slated for noon Tuesday, Jan. 27 in 309 Parrington. Beller was educated at Cambridge University, where he was a research fellow from 1985 to 1989. Since 1989, … Continue reading

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