Local Programs

Shanghai Jews: Michael Blumenthal talk

The Shanghai Jews: Risk and Resilience in a Refugee Community is an event series at the University of Chicago exploring the experience of nearly 23,000 Jewish refugees who escaped to Shanghai during World War II. This series opens with an exhibit (January 15-March 30th) on the third floor of the Regenstein Library, featuring unique historical objects, documents, and photographs donated by families who lived in Shanghai during the war.

Hallel v'Zimra Conference

The Hallel V'Zimra Jewish Liturgical Music Conference to be held at the University of Chicago will bring together leading scholars, prayer leaders, and musicians to explore and reflect upon the rich and complex Jewish conversation among music, liturgy, and ritual.

Hallel v'Zimra Conference

The Hallel V'Zimra Jewish Liturgical Music Conference to be held at the University of Chicago, will bring together leading scholars, prayer leaders, and musicians to explore and reflect upon the rich and complex Jewish conversation among music, liturgy, and ritual.

Postone memorial program on campus

A celebration of the life and work of Moishe Postone (1942–2018) will be held in Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, 5850 S. Woodlawn Avenue, on Monday, October 22, 2018, at 4:00 pm. A reception will follow in the Ida Noyes Library, 1212 East 59th Street. All members of the university community, friends, family, and the public are invited to attend. Moishe was the Thomas E.

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