David Patterson Lectures

The Lectures are held in the Catherine Lewis Lecture Room, Clarendon Institute, Walton Street, Oxford, OX1 2HG  (Tel. 01865 610422)

Mondays at 7.15pm (Drinks from 6.45pm)

24 April
Dr Nadège Ragaru (Paris Institute of Political Studies)
Justice and the Holocaust: postwar trials for anti-Jewish crimes in Bulgaria

1 May
Professor Raymond Scheindlin (Jewish Theological Seminary, New York)
‘Vulture in a Cage’: the poetry and persona of Solomon Ibn Gabirol

8 May
Dr Elias Dinas (Brasenose College)
Collective Victimhood and Social Prejudice: a post-Holocaust theory of antisemitism

15 May
Dr Sara Y Hirschhorn (OCHJS)
‘City on a Hilltop: American Jews and the Israeli Settler Movement’

22 May
Professor Pablo Torijano (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Bible textual criticism after Qumran

29 May
Dr Rachel Harris (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
A film of her own: women’s activism in the Israeli film industry

5 June
James Redfield
Letters from a distant relation: Berdichevsky’s Yiddish translations

12 June
Dr John Screnock (University of Oxford)
Rewriting the Bible in Jewish antiquity: insights from Translation Studies