Join authorNancy Langston (distinguished professor of Environmental History at Michigan Technological University) and Brian Donahue (associate professor for Environmental Studies at Brandeis) for a book discussion about climate change and human impact on three […]
It was the largest art theft in history, a treasure trove of Picassos, Chagalls and Cézannes heisted by the Nazis. While its fate has long been a cause célèbre, how […]
Jews and Modern Art Charles Dellheim What did Jews contribute to the modern art movement? Was modernism essentially Jewish? How did Jewish outsiders come to acquire so many modern masterpieces? […]
B’Yachad Together: Spirited by American Jewish University will feature Hadassah Lieberman to discuss her new book on November 17, 12pm PT/3pm ET. Details forthcoming.
London Art Week Online Symposium will feature Charles Dellheim on his new book. 6:00 pm (London) / 1:00 pm (EST). Find the registration link on the event page. A conversation with James McAuley […]
A discussion on zoom with the author, William Sargent, on the usage of horseshoe crab blood in covid testing and the resulting effect on their population. Register here: https://pbcb.cc/programs/speaker-series/
“Under the Radar with Callie Crossley,” WGBH Radio (Boston NPR) Details to come.
In Vilna, the city Jews called “The Jerusalem of Lithuania,” a group of ghetto inmates risked their lives during World War II to rescue thousands of rare books, documents, and […]
with Charles Dellheim LOCATION | Henry Long Room, Boston Athenaeum Since the late-1990s, the fate of Nazi stolen art has become a cause célèbre. In Belonging and Betrayal, Charles Dellheim […]
This original documentary presents the deeply personal stories of lives forever altered by the tragic Station nightclub fire that left 100 people dead, more than 200 injured, and devastated the […]
Talk by Charles Dellheim at the Jewish Book Week. Details to come.
Join us March 8, at 6:30pm EST in-person and livestream for a book talk with Ellen Warner, The Second Half. A frank, and insightful look into the lives of women […]
On the Discovery Plus Channel on 15th March. Details to come.
What can we learn from carefully crafted portraits of nine well-regarded Jewish day schools schools that vary in size, location, sponsorship, ideological orientation? How do these schools go about their work […]
Maureen Boyle, author and Stonehill College Journalism Program Director, will talk about her book Shallow Graves: The Hunt for the New Bedford Highway Serial Killer. No registration is necessary to participate. Event […]