REGISTER NOW FOR SPRING 2015 SEMESTER
RLG 6921-Colloquium (Mondays at the Museum Series)
Select Mondays, 7:00-8:30 p.m.(See below for list of events)
Free for FIU Students with ID; $5 JMOF-FIU Members; $10 Non-Members
Registered students attend a minimum of three lectures, conferences, or professional presentations, with seminar report and discussion. May be repeated. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.
REL 3308-Studies in World Religions
Professor Adam Gorelick
Wednesdays, 6:45-9:15 p.m.
Examines the origins, teachings, and practices of selected world religions.
FIL 3838- Holocaust Cinema
Thursdays, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Professor Oren Stier
An interdisciplinary survey of cinematic representations of the Holocaust from the 1940s to the present,addressing ethical challenges such as Holocaust comedy and the representation of atrocity.
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Descendants of the Secret Jews of Iberia: Their Current Return to Judaism, Lecture by Abe Lavender
How to Find and Prove Your Jewish Ancestry from Catholic and Inquisition Sources, Lecture by Genie Milgrom
The New World Adventures of Luis de Carvajal–Mexican Crypto-Jew and Mystical Searcher, Lecture by Ronnie Perelis
"Voice of a Hebrew Maiden": Discovering the neglected women of the 19th century Hebrew revival, Lecture by Tova Cohen