2018-2019 Events and Programs

Sukkah Building Party — “Pizza in the Hut”

“Zero Tolerance: Policing Immigrants & Community Response”

Cosponsored with CLASS

Zero Tolerance Flyer

Youngstown Area Jewish Film Festival on Campus: The Invisibles (Germany, 2017)

Lior Sternfeld, “Between Iran and Zion: Jewish Histories of 20th Century Iran” 

Jacob Labendz, “Contemporary Antisemitism in Light of the ‘Tree of Life’ Massacre”

Cosponsored with Student Activities, Pi Sigma Alpha, and the Department of Politics and International Relations

Jewish-Muslim Forum with Mustansir Mir: “Death and Mourning”

Flyer for Jewish Muslim forum

Panel Discussion organized by Dr. Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez: “What is Antisemitism?”
Sponsors: CJHS, American Studies, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, CLASS

What is Antisemitism Flyer

Jolanta Amborsewicz-Jacobs, “Memory Conflicts in Poland Related to the Jewish Past and the Holocaust”

Jewish-Muslim Forum for Women’s History Month featuring Maharat Rori Picker Neiss and Dr. Umeyye Isra Yazicioglu

Cosponsored with the Center for Islamic Studies

Flyer for Jewish-Muslim forum Spring 2019

Rafi Grosglik, “Hummus Nation: Food, Politics and Everyday Life in Israel”
Sponsored guest lecture in Dr. Fuller’s course on Israeli Politics

Film screening and discussion with Jacob Labendz, The Shop on Main Street
(Czechoslovakia, 1965)

Rebekah Klein-Pejšová, “Chapter from the Persecution of Jews in Slovakia”
This talk served as the inaugural lecture for an exhibit at the Tyler History Center which will run from April 30 – May 31, “The Tragedy of Slovak Jews,” which is a co-production with the Mahoning Valley Historical Society and the American Slovak Cultural Association of the Mahoning Valley