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B'nai Binge Streaming Programming List for December 5 by Laurie Baron

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Sunday, December 5

10 am
Shaul Magid, “Meir Kahane: The Public Life and Political Thoughts of an American Jewish Radical,” Arnold Center for Israel Studies, College of Charleston,

11 am
Mindelle Pierce and Michael Berenbaum, “Love With No Tomorrow: Tales of Romance During the Holocaust,” Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center, Stockton University,

12 pm
Lala Tamar, Jacki Barzvi, and Hélène Jawhara Piñer, “Eid-Al Banat,” American Sephardi Federation,

12 pm
David Patterson, “What Drives Antisemitism? A Search for Its Political/Mythological Roots,” Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism, Indiana University,

12:30 pm
Iris Idelson-Shein, “Rabbis of the (Scientific) Revolution: Jews and Early Modern Science,” Haberman Institute for Jewish Studies,

1:30 pm
Misha Gulko, “Jews of Burma: The Tribe That Vanished,” Qesher,

2 pm
Alain Nedjar,”Sephardic Genealogy in Livorno,” Sephardic World,

2 pm
Kira Dane, Katelyn Rebelo, and Carmen Fernald and Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, “The Invisible Years: Hiding in the Netherlands during World War II,” Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum,

2 pm
Jim Hoberman and Michal Oleszcyzk, “Long Ago, Polish Cinema Was Polish Jewish Cinema,” POLIN,

2 pm
Julie Cooper, Micah Goodman, Hussein Ibish, and Areej Sabbagh-Khoury, “Deadlock in Israel-Palestine: How to Imagine a Better Future?,” Nazarian Center for Israel Studies and Luskin Center, UCLA and Casden Institute, USC,

4 pm
Jenna Joselit and Marjorie Ingall, “A Cultural History of Hanukkah,” Museum of Jewish Heritage,

4 pm
Judy Feld Carr and Shulamit Reinharz, “’Mrs. Judy’: The Canadian Woman Who Secret Rescued the Jews of Syria,” Sousa Mendes Foundation,

8 pm
Tina Frühauf, Torjman Thomas, Mark Kligman, and Albert Stern, “Hanukkah Music History,” My Jewish Learning,

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