Eighth Session of the International Forum of Young Scholars on East European Jewry

Eighth Session of the International Forum of Young Scholars on East European Jewry

 

Prague, July 3-6, 2017

The eighth session of the International Forum was organized by Leonid Nevzlin Research Center for Russian and East European Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, in cooperation with the Institute of Contemporary History of the Czech Academy of Sciences, NYU Prague, the Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies at New York University, the Department of History and the Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies at Boston University, the Harriman Institute and the Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies at Columbia University and the Simon Dubnow Institute for Jewish History and Culture at Leipzig University.  The event was hosted by the Institute of Contemporary History of the Czech Academy of Sciences and NYU Prague and took place in Prague.

 

 

Program in PDF

 

 

Participants:

  1. Yarden  Avital, Rutgers University
  2. Jagoda  Budzik, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
  3. Jacob  Flaws, The University of Colorado
  4. Sarah Gavison, The University of Colorado
  5. Leon Gershovich, Tel Aviv University
  6. Yanina Karpenkina, Higher School of Economics (Moscow)
  7. Agnes Keleman, Central European University
  8. Samuel  Kessler, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  9. Lizy Mostowski, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  10. Yaron Nir, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  11. Jan Rybak, European University Institute, Florence
  12. Tsachi Slater, Ben-Gurion University
  13. Anastasiia Strakhova, Emory University
  14. Edward Waysband, The University of Caen Normandy
  15. Chilik Weizman, Haifa University
  16. Magdalena Zatorska, Warsaw University

 

 

Senior Lecturers and Staff:

  1. Israel Bartal, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  2. Nicholas Berg, Simon Dubnow Institute
  3. Ariel Borschevsky, NADAV Fund
  4. Oleg Budnitsky, National Research University, Higher School of Economics
  5. Katerina Čapkova, Institute of Contemporary History of the Czech
  6. Marie Crhová, Palacky University Olomouc
  7. Jonathan Dekel-Chen, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  8. David Engel, New York University
  9. Zvi Gitelman, University of Michigan
  10.  Semion Goldin, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  11.  Rebecca Kobrin, Columbia University
  12.  Simon Rabinovitch, Boston University