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Frankely Judaic: Explorations in Jewish Studies

University of Michigan Frankel Center for Judaic Studies

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Frankely Judaic: Explorations in Jewish Studies

Frankely Judaic: Explorations in Jewish Studies

University of Michigan Frankel Center for Judaic Studies

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A Jewish Studies podcast series featuring the research of Frankel Institute fellows at the University of Michigan.

Latest Episodes

Nick Underwood, "Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust"

2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Nick Underwood Project Title: Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust

12 MIN2 w ago
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Nick Underwood, "Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust"

Saul Zaritt, "Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction"

2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Saul Zaritt Project Title: "Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction"

12 MIN2019 NOV 26
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Saul Zaritt, "Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction"

Eli Rosenblatt "Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe"

2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Eli Rosenblatt Project Title: Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe

17 MIN2019 OCT 29
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Eli Rosenblatt "Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe"

Eve Jochnowitz, "Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food"

2019-20 Frankel Institute "Yiddish Matters" Fellow, Eve Jochnowitz Project Title: Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food

8 MIN2019 OCT 3
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Eve Jochnowitz, "Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food"

Monica Colominas Aparicio, "Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia"

2018-19 Frankel Institute: "Sephardic Identites: Medieval and Early Modern" Fellow, Monica Colominas Aparicio Project Title: Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia

11 MIN2019 MAY 23
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Monica Colominas Aparicio, "Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia"

Moshe Yagur, “Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt"

2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities: Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, Moshe Yagur Project Title: Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt

12 MIN2019 MAR 26
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Moshe Yagur, “Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt"

Marc Herman, "The Oral Torah in an Islamic Key"

2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities, Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, Marc Herman Project Title: The Oral Torah in an Islamic Key

11 MIN2019 MAR 13
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Marc Herman, "The Oral Torah in an Islamic Key"

Ryan Szpiech, “He is Still Israel? Conversion and Sephardic Identity before and after 1391”

2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities, Medieval and Early Modern Head Fellow, Ryan Szpiech Project Title: He is Still Israel? Conversion and Sephardic Identity before and after 1391

20 MIN2019 FEB 12
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Ryan Szpiech, “He is Still Israel? Conversion and Sephardic Identity before and after 1391”

S. J. Pearce, "In the Taifa Kingdoms: The Medieval Poetics of Modern Nationalism"

2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities: Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, S. J. Pearce Project Title: In the Taifa Kingdoms: The Medieval Poetics of Modern Nationalism

14 MIN2018 DEC 19
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S. J. Pearce, "In the Taifa Kingdoms: The Medieval Poetics of Modern Nationalism"

Ross Brann, "Andalusi and Sefardi Exceptionalism"

2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities, Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, Ross Brann Project Title: Andalusi and Sefardi Exceptionalism

19 MIN2018 NOV 1
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Ross Brann, "Andalusi and Sefardi Exceptionalism"

Latest Episodes

Nick Underwood, "Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust"

2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Nick Underwood Project Title: Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust

12 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Nick Underwood, "Yiddish Paris after the Holocaust"

Saul Zaritt, "Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction"

2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Saul Zaritt Project Title: "Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction"

12 MIN2019 NOV 26
Comments
Saul Zaritt, "Of Trash and Translation: Rethinking Popular Yiddish Fiction"

Eli Rosenblatt "Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe"

2019-20 Frankel Institute Yiddish Matters Fellow, Eli Rosenblatt Project Title: Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe

17 MIN2019 OCT 29
Comments
Eli Rosenblatt "Black Phrase, Yiddish Gaze: Translating America in Eastern Europe"

Eve Jochnowitz, "Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food"

2019-20 Frankel Institute "Yiddish Matters" Fellow, Eve Jochnowitz Project Title: Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food

8 MIN2019 OCT 3
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Eve Jochnowitz, "Yiddish Reactions to Modern Food"

Monica Colominas Aparicio, "Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia"

2018-19 Frankel Institute: "Sephardic Identites: Medieval and Early Modern" Fellow, Monica Colominas Aparicio Project Title: Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia

11 MIN2019 MAY 23
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Monica Colominas Aparicio, "Muslim Understandings of Sephardic Exceptionalism in Christian Iberia"

Moshe Yagur, “Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt"

2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities: Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, Moshe Yagur Project Title: Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt

12 MIN2019 MAR 26
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Moshe Yagur, “Inter-religious Families in Medieval Egypt"

Marc Herman, "The Oral Torah in an Islamic Key"

2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities, Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, Marc Herman Project Title: The Oral Torah in an Islamic Key

11 MIN2019 MAR 13
Comments
Marc Herman, "The Oral Torah in an Islamic Key"

Ryan Szpiech, “He is Still Israel? Conversion and Sephardic Identity before and after 1391”

2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities, Medieval and Early Modern Head Fellow, Ryan Szpiech Project Title: He is Still Israel? Conversion and Sephardic Identity before and after 1391

20 MIN2019 FEB 12
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Ryan Szpiech, “He is Still Israel? Conversion and Sephardic Identity before and after 1391”

S. J. Pearce, "In the Taifa Kingdoms: The Medieval Poetics of Modern Nationalism"

2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities: Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, S. J. Pearce Project Title: In the Taifa Kingdoms: The Medieval Poetics of Modern Nationalism

14 MIN2018 DEC 19
Comments
S. J. Pearce, "In the Taifa Kingdoms: The Medieval Poetics of Modern Nationalism"

Ross Brann, "Andalusi and Sefardi Exceptionalism"

2018-19 Frankel Institute Sephardic Identities, Medieval and Early Modern Fellow, Ross Brann Project Title: Andalusi and Sefardi Exceptionalism

19 MIN2018 NOV 1
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Ross Brann, "Andalusi and Sefardi Exceptionalism"
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