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Jun 6 2018 | Posted In: Awards, In the News, Students
The Taube Center for Jewish Studies is please to present and congratulate the winners for the 2018 Short Story Contest: Grand Prize Winners: Shiksa by Catherine Lechicki  Little Aunt Lina by Maya Mahony 2nd Place Winner: What Was Lost: My Grandmother’s Last Days in Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia by Jen...
May 21 2018 | A Pilgrimage to Montgomery | Posted In: In the News
Thousands traveled from around the world to Montgomery, Ala., in April for the opening of the nation’s first memorial honoring victims of racial terror lynchings in the American South. Four graduate students from Stanford GSE joined Professor Ari Kelman as part of a contingent organized by the...
Mar 29 2018 | Posted In: In the News
NYT staff editor and writer, Bari Weiss moderates a conversation with Stanford historian, Steven J. Zipperstein & NYT deputy Washington editor, Jonathan Weisman. An impromptu gathering of the concerned hosted by Prof. Atina Grossmann, Cooper Union in association with the Jewish Book Council and...
Sep 29 2017
Zachary M. Baker, Reinhard Family Curator of Judaica and Hebraica Collections in the Stanford University Libraries, has completed a six-part research guide, Resources in Yiddish Studies.
Sep 25 2017
On behalf of the Taube Center for Jewish Studies, it is my pleasure to welcome you back and wish you sweet new years, both academic and Jewish.  I am pleased to serve the Stanford community this year as the interim director of the Taube Center for Jewish Studies, while Professor Charlotte Fonrobert...

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