Please note that the scheduled April 15 event with David Como, “Radical Parliamentarians and the English Civil War,” has been postponed until fall 2020.
Please note that the scheduled April 15 event with David Norbrook, “Lucy Hutchinson and John Milton: Puritanism and Theology,” has been postponed until fall 2020.
Please note that the scheduled April 3-4 workshop with Madhav Deshpande, “Vyākaraṇa Reading Workshop,” has been postponed.
Please note that the scheduled April 3-4 events “Toleration in Comparative Perspective: Concepts, Practices and Documents,” have been postponed.
Please note that the scheduled March 16 event, “The Center for Jewish Studies at the Graduate Theological Union Annual Conference 2020: Storytelling and the Making of Jewish Culture,” has been postponed.
The talk will reflect on the role that opposition to anti-Semitism has been playing in shaping political philosophy after the Holocaust, in authors such as Adorno, Horkheimer, Jean-Paul Sartre and Hannah Arendt, to Alain Badiou and most recently Jean-Luc Nancy. The basic critical observation concerns the way in which post-Holocaust philosophy has identified the fundamental, […]
Please note that the scheduled March 10 event with Udi Greenberg, “Catholics, Protestants, and the Origins of Europe’s Harsh Religious Pluralism,” has been canceled/postponed (TBD).
Due the limited number of seats in the event space, please RSVP if you would like to be added to the waitlist, indicating if you would like to attend the morning session, the afternoon session, or the entire day, under the subject line “RSVP Giotto Conference 2020” to firstname.lastname@example.org. Revolving around a new reading of […]
An RSVP is requested. Heated debate surrounds the question of the role Christianity and Christian churches played in the Nazi and Italian Fascist demonization of the Jews. This talk brings to light similarities and differences in the Nazi and Italian Fascist uses of Christianity in their efforts to turn their populations against the Jews through […]
2020 Robbins Collection Annual Lecture in Jewish Law, Thought, and Identity An RSVP is requested. Rabbi Shalom delves into the history, customs, and law of the Beta Israel, codifying the ancient cultural heritage of Ethiopian Jewry for the first time and contrasting it with Orthodox rabbinic law. Navigating tensions between religion and culture, he offers […]