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Scholarly Resources and Reflections

September 13, 2021
Jacob and Estelle Apelberg

Traditionalism and Tradition in the Art of Translation

Jacob Apelberg passed away on September 11, 2021. He was a regular attendee at minicourses, lectures and other ICJS events with his beloved wife, Estelle. Jacob had a truly voracious love […]
April 13, 2021
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How Holocaust Studies Helps Us Understand Identity Politics in the United States Today

Holocaust Remembrance Day—Yom HaShoah—is observed annually as a day to remember and reflect on the horrors of the Holocaust. On April 8, The Park School of Baltimore hosted a virtual […]
December 17, 2020

ICJS Scholar Speaks to Denmark Leaders on Proposed Circumcision Ban, Antisemitism, and Religious Freedom

In early December, Denmark legislators discussed creating a ban on circumcision in the country. The U.S. Department of State invited ICJS scholar Dr. Ben Sax to speak at the U.S. […]
December 3, 2020
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Power Grids and Fireworks

by Heather Miller Rubens, ICJS Executive Director and Roman Catholic Scholar It is always good to explore new metaphors and new ways of understanding interreligious and interfaith efforts. At ICJS, […]