The 13th Annual Aronov Lecture

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Back in April, Dr. Shaul Magid, the Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Chair in Jewish Studies and Professor of Jewish Studies and Religious Studies at Indiana University-Bloomington, delivered his “After Multiculturalism: Postethnicity and the Future of Judaism in America” as the Department of Religious Studies’ 13th Annual Aronov Lecture. The lecture series is named after the late Aaron Aronov — the founder of Aronov Realty and the person for whom the Department’s endowed chair in Judaic Studies is also named. 

Did you miss the lecture? Well you’re in luck because we filmed it! It’s just been uploaded to Vimeo, so give it a watch.

The 13th Annual Aronov Lecture: Dr. Shaul Magid from UA Religious Studies.

13th Annual Aronov Lecture with Dr. Shaul Magid

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Dr. Shaul Magid of Indiana University, Bloomington,
this year’s Aronov Lecturer.

Named after the late Aaron Aronov–the founder of Aronov Realty for whom the Department’s endowed chair in Judaic studies is also named–the annual Aronov Lecture series was established in 2002.  This year’s event will feature Dr. Shaul Magid (Indiana University, Bloomington) presenting his lecture “After Multiculturalism: Postethnicity and the Future of Judaism in America.” Continue reading