Jason Payne, lecturer in the Department of Comparative Studies, hosted the Center for Langauge, Literatures, and Culture's Yiddish radio program on October 14th on the subject of Jewish organized crime c. 1900-1960, entitled "Bandits, Bullets, and Bodies--Oy Vey!"
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Associate Professor Katey Borland was named today as one of the inaugural winners of the Ratner Teaching Awards.
Professor Dorry Noyes recently published an article entitled "Heritage, Legacy, Zombie: How to Bury the Undead Past" in Cultural Heritage in Transit: Intangible Rights as Human Rights, edited by Deborah Kapchan.
Dorry Noyes gave the keynote address "Résister au blocage? Exit, Voice and Loyalty dans les républiques fatiguées" at the conference Culture(s) et résistance aujourd'hui