June 15, 2023
Launch of Who Gets In: An Immigration Story, by Norman Ravvin, critic, fiction writer, and journalist, PhD University of Toronto, Dept. of English.
Held at the Museum of Jewish Montreal.
May 8, 2023
"When Did Antisemitism Become a Problem? Antisemitism, Oppression, and Sovereignty"
Hybrid lecture by Shaul Magid, Distinguished Fellow in Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College
February 16, 2023
Discussion on Public Intimacy with Prof. Miranda Crowdus, director of The Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies.
February 13, 2023
Led by Jordan Hirsch, klezmer musician, at the Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies.
January 30, 2023
Needle and Thread, a compelling dance-music-film-textile commemorative performance.
Held at the Concordia University Webster Library for International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
November 29, 2022
With award recipients Natasha Doyon and Angelic Goldsky, discussing their projects for Performing the Canadian Jewish Archive (PCJA)
October 26, 2022
"Hungarian Montreal and being Jewish"
Reading by George Ferenczi, author and founding publisher and Editor-in-chief of Les Editions Est-Ouest Internationales, from his novel Circus.
July 10, 2022
Launch of The Oxford handbook of Jewishness and dance, by Naomi Jackson.
With Suzanne Miller, Montreal-based choreographer and dance artist & Philip Szporer, Co-Director and Co-Producer of Mouvement Perpétuel, and Part-time Faculty, Concordia University.
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