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How does a father’s backpack tell the story of protecting his family?
Elek and Livia Brust and their daughter, Eva, survived the Holocaust in ...
Leah Garrett chronicles the incredible story of the German-Jewish commandos who fought in Britain’s most secretive WWII special-forces unit.
Hunter College's Jewish Studies Center presents Talia Lavin, author of "Culture Warlords" in conversation with Jessie Daniels.
With “Apeirogon,” McCann, a Distinguished Lecturer of Creative Writing, becomes the second Hunter professor to have won this prestigious prize.
Five Hunter College students earned awards in an international writing contest held in Israel for Hebrew learners.
Dr. Leah Garrett, award-winning scholar, professor and director of Jewish Studies at Hunter College, discusses her new book project.
Hunter College President Jennifer J. Raab has announced that multiple students have been awarded prestigious fellowships and scholar opportunities.
A year into the job, Garrett, the author of four books — including 2015 National Book Award Finalist “Young Lions: How Jewish Authors Reinvented ...
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The Jewish Studies Center is happy to announce the acceptance of a generous donation that will fund its Lunch Lectures series for the spring semester.
Leading Jewish historian Dr. Samuel Kassow visited the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute for a screening of the award-winning documentary.
Watch the Discussion and Q&A of “Who Will Write Our History” on Livest
Leah Garrett, Director of the Jewish Studies Center, was invited to speak in Warsaw at a conference on "Jews Against Nazi Germany During WW II."
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Listen to Leah Garrett, director of Hunter's Jewish Studies Center, talk about how Mad Magazine influenced Postwar America.