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Rebecca Lesses (rlesses)
http://faculty.ithaca.edu/rlesses/
1. November 15: Antisemitism in the 21st Century 11/10/2016
2. John Demjanjuk and the Last Great Holocaust Trial 09/26/2016
3. Jewish Communities in Sub-Saharan - March 31, 7:30 pm 03/30/2016
4. Jewish Communities in Sub-Saharan Africa 03/25/2016
5. Jewish Communities in Sub-Saharan Africa 03/15/2016
6. Are you looking for a Diversity course this semester? Check out "Contemporary Jewish Identities: Gender, Race, and Power." 01/19/2016
7. Rebecca Lesses has published an article in the Journal of the Jewish Museum of Berlin 12/17/2015
8. Looking for a Diversity course next semester? Check out "Contemporary Jewish Identities: Gender, Race, and Power." 12/10/2015
9. Diversity Course on Jews, Race, and Gender offered next semester 12/07/2015
10. Diversity Course on Jews, Race, and Gender offered in spring 2016 12/01/2015
1. Professor Michal Malpass publishes book 07/15/2016
2. Warmest Congratulations to Ashley R. Hall 04/27/2016
3. Jennifer Tennant, Economics, Published in Disability and Health Journal 01/19/2016
4. Paula Turkon Awarded NSF Grant 06/30/2013
5. Rachel Wagner publishes in The Journal of the American Academy of Religion 05/07/2013
6. Board of Trustees Grants Tenure, Promotion and Emeritus Status 02/25/2013
7. Peter Silberman, School of Music, Publishes Article in the Journal of MusicTheory Pedagogy 12/17/2012
8. Matt Klemm, History, publishes a book chapter 10/10/2012
9. Itohan Osayimwese, Assistant Professor of Art History, wins Jeffrey CookAward 10/10/2012
10. Bodhi Rogers and three students travel to Cyprus to study Late Bronze Age cities. 07/06/2012
Total number of articles: 81
Total number of comments: 24
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