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Conference: Displacement of Jewish Life in Islamic Lands and Cultural Reconstruction in Israel
Yeshiva University Museum
New York, NY
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Scholars from Israel, the US, and Canada will explore the history and culture of the Jews from Islamic lands, their displacement and resettlement in Israel. Topics include: Jewish communal life, rabbis and religious life, and cultural institutions and the responses of international institutions. This is a fully sponsored (FREE of charge) event with international lecturers, musical performance, and free kosher food.

Co-sponsored by the Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies, the Aharon and Rachel Dahan Center for Culture, Society and Education in the Sephardic Heritage of Bar Ilan University, and Yeshiva University Museum.

Prof. Shmuel Trigano, Paris Nanterre University
The Historical Background of the End of Jewish Communal Life in the Arab Lands

Prof. David Matas, University of Manitoba
The Legal Status of the Jewish Refugees from Arab Lands

Prof. Henry Green, University of Miami
Sephardic Sights: Narratives of Expulsion, Memory, and Identity in Film

Prof. Noam Norman Stillman, University of Oklahoma
The Jews of the Islamic World in Modern Times: Transformation and Transplantation

Dr. Daniel Tsadik, Yeshiva University
Leaving Home? Notes on Iranian Jews Emigration from Iran

Dr. Joseph Ringel, Yeshiva University
Educational Systems and Religious Identity: From Arab Lands to Israel

Musical Interlude: Rabbi Moshe Tessone and Band

Dr. Stanley Urman, Rutgers University
The Relationship of the UN to Jewish Refugees and Their Property in Comparison to Palestinian Refugees

Dr. Reuven Gafni, Kinneret Academic College
Synagogues in the Islamic World from Glory to Commemoration

Yamit Armbrister, Author
The Jews of Morocco: Through the Historical Fiction of One Remarkable Woman
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Yeshiva University Museum (View)
15 West 16th Street
New York, NY 10011
United States


Education > Conventions

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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