28th Annual Robert Salomon Morton Lecture : David Nirenberg
Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.), Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Committee (Creator)
Nirenberg, David, 1964- (Speaker)
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April 07, 2021
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From their earliest origins to the present moment, Christians and Muslims have given shape to their faiths by interacting with and thinking about Jews and Judaism. How has that long history of thought contributed to anti-Semitism in the past and present? And what can the study of that history offer the future? David Nirenberg, whose many books include Anti-Judaism: The Western Tradition, teaches in the Committee on Social Thought and the Department of History at the University of Chicago, where he is also the Dean of the Divinity School. Sponsored by the Robert S. Morton Lecture Fund, the Gustel and Ernst Giesen Morton Lecture Fund, and the Gustel Cormann Giessen Memorial Fund at Northeastern University.
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Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Committee records (A67)
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Antisemitism -- History
Robert Salomon Morton Lecture
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Northeastern University Library
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