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Presented by Yasha Klots, PhD, Assistant Professor, Hunter College.
Presented by Dr. Sara Yael Hirschhorn, a '22-'23 inaugural fellow at the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Center for Antisemitism Research.
The Distinguished Writers Series at Hunter College welcomed author Laura Kasischke as the featured speaker.
The Distinguished Writers Series at Hunter College welcomed author James Hannaham as the featured speaker.
Presented by Rachel Slutsky, Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and Jewish-Christian Relations in Antiquity, Seton Hall University.
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Please join us as Roosevelt House and Hunter’s Jewish Studies Center co-host a discussion of the new book Providence and Power: Ten Portraits in ...
Roosevelt House is pleased to present—on the day of its publication—a discussion of James B. Conroy’s new book The Devils Will Get No Rest: FDR, ...
The group went as part of the Eva Brust Cooper Fellowship Program, a project of Hunters’ Jewish Studies Center.
For the Roosevelt House’s new visiting fellow, getting to Hunter College was a matter of life or death.
The author of “The Birth of Soviet Ukraine” died on Nov. 28.
Longtime History Department chair Naomi Churgin Miller, died Nov. 27 at her home in New York City.
Hunter is welcoming 12 students whose lives were turned upside-down by the war between Russia and Ukraine, allowing them to restart their educations.