Eli S. McCarthy, Ph.D. will present, “Nonviolence: Intersectional Praxis for Covid-19 and Systemic Racism,” online at the Twenty-Seventh Annual Monsignor John. M. Oesterreicher Memorial Lecture.
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Scholar Sister Celia Deutsch Delivers 26th Annual Monsignor John M. Oesterreicher Memorial Lecture on Sisters of Sion
Scholar Sister Celia M. Deutsch will present at the 26th Monsignor John M. Oesterreicher Memorial Lecture on October 31.
The Graduate Program in Jewish-Christian Studies is offering a free Teacher Study Day for professional development March 13.
Jewish-Christian Studies offers a day of professional development exploring Jews and the French Resistance in World War II.