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The 2022 George L. Mosse Lectures with Elisheva Carlebach: “Gender and the Jewish Archive”
November 7, 2022 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Presented by the George L. Mosse Program in History.
Co-sponsored by the Mosse/Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies, The Department of History, The Center for German and European Studies, UW Hillel, and the Center for European Studies.
2022 Madison George L. Mosse Lectures
Gender and the Jewish Archive
Speaker: Elisheva Carlebach
Monday, 7 November: “The Jewish Archives of Early Modern Europe”
Chair: Sunny Yudkoff, 213 Pyle Center, 3:30-5:00PM
Tuesday, 8 November: “Records and the Forgotten Jewish Women”
Chair: Tony Michels, 213 Pyle Center, 3:30-5:00PM
Wednesday, 9 November: “Jewish Court Records: Gender and ‘Jewish Autonomy'”
Chair: Michael Paul Martoccio, 5233 Mosse Humanities, 8:30-10:00AM
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Elisheva Carlebach is the Salo Baron Professor of Jewish History, Culture, and Society, and Co-Director, Institute
for Israel and Jewish Studies, Columbia University. She is the author of The Pursuit of Heresy (National Jewish
Book Award); Divided Souls: Jewish Converts to Christianity in Early Modern German Lands; Palaces of Time:
Jewish Calendar and Culture in Early Modern Europe (AJS Schnitzer Prize) and Confronting Modernity: 1750-1880,
volume 6 in The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization. She has held fellowships at the New York
Public Library Center for Scholars and Writers, the Katz Center at University of Pennsylvania, and the Tikvah
Center at NYU Law School. She served as Editor of the AJS Review and as President of the American Academy
for Jewish Research. In 2017 she was awarded the Lenfest Distinguished Faculty Award of Columbia University.