Latest Episode of the Jewish History Lab
Join me this Shabbos in Manhattan at the extremely cool Altneu Synagogue!
I just thought this was so fascinating.
Season 2 Finale: Sara Schenirer!
Who is a Jew? An Israelite? A Hebrew?
Two New Podcasts from Yael and Schwab
The Expulsion of Ashkenazi Jews and the Origins of Polish Jewry
Two 16th Century Protestant Thinkers on How to Deal with Jews
The Amazing Talmud of the Land of Israel!
New Episodes in the Jewish History Lab series
Always amazed with the great team at Unpacked
Honored to have made a small contribution to this sophisticated yet humorous video.
This is a really bizarre story: the tragic controversy over cantorial style in Amsterdam, 1709
New Videos in the Birth of Ashkenaz Series
Really impressed with the amazing team at Unpacked!
Very proud to have a small share in putting this video together.
Three New Videos on Medieval Ashkenaz
View the whole playlist here:
Wuhsha the Broker: An Amazing Story from the Cairo Geniza
Yael and Schwab ar the ULTIMATE Jewish history Nerds! Very thrilled that the second season of our podcast has been hitting top ranking in the charts since we began. Click here to enjoy this new episode in good health!
Ever wonder why Havdalah Boxes look like little towers?
Who was Carl Lutz?
Another complex and powerful video from the team at Unpacked
Meet this 20th c. Italian Villager who Invented Judaism from scratch
While I was in Budapest with the Ashkenazium, two really amazing episodes of the Jewish History Nerds podcast dropped.
Fantastic experience working with Yael, Schwab and Rivky at Jewish History Nerds! Click here for the latest episodes: Sara Copia Sullam and Johannes Eisenmenger, or wherever you get your free podcasts.
Great Conversation with Jeff Cohen of From Saturday to Shabbos! I probably overshared.
Most important line on this poster is at the bottom: “The Language of the Symposium is English.” Translation of the poster is below. Videos are forthcoming from the Ashkenazium on their YouTube channel, some clips on Facebook.
Join Dr. Daniel Reiser, Dr. Michael Chighel and myself for a discussion of the life and works of the holy Rabbi Kalonymus Kalmish Shapiro.
The schedule of presentations and discussions is available here. Admission is free, but you have to be in Budapest: Duna utca 1, 18:00. For those of you who live elsewhere, we are planning to record the lectures and broadcast later on the Ashkenazium channel.