of Brandeis University. An accomplished scholar, teacher
and attorney, Mr. Lawrence is one of the nation’s
leading experts on civil rights, free expression and bias
in Israeli Art in the Schusterman Center for Israeli Studies
at Brandeis University. Her most recent book is Frida Kahlo.
Samuel Lane Professor of American Jewish History and Culture
at Brandeis University. She is the author most recently
of the book You Never Call! You Never Write! A History
of the Jewish Mother.
in the exhibitions division of the United States Holocaust
Memorial Museum and curator of the exhibition “Deadly
Joseph and Esther Foster Professor in Judaic Studies at
Brandeis University and Chair of the Department of Near
Eastern and Judaic Studies.
Arts Editor for 20 years at the Boston Phoenix, during which
time he wrote more than 1000 articles. Hi is the author
of two translations for Penguin Classics: The Mabinogion
and Early Irish Myths and Sagas.
Director of the Goethe-Institut Boston, prior to which he
was coordinating director of the Goethe-Instituts’
international film and television programs at the Goethe-Institut
head office in Munich
Filmmaker, Dubliner and director of Till
the Tenth Generation
Filmmaker and director of Jewish Soldiers in Blue and
Director of the American Jewish Committee, Boston
Robert Jay Lifton
World-renowned psychiatrist and key partiipant in the film
Doctors, which is based on his book The
Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide.
Cultural Attachée, Consulate General of France in
Program Coordinator, Goethe-Institut Boston
Brooklyn-based band. They wrote and performed a live score
for the Russian silent film Jewish
Director of News and Communications at Brandeis University
and former Middle East bureau chief for The Boston Globe.
Dubliner, Holocaust survivor & film protagonist of Till
the Tenth Generation
Filmmaker and director of Grace
Paley: Collected Shorts
Executive Director & Co-Founder of The National Center
for Jewish Film (NCJF). She is a member of the Brandeis
University faculty lectures widely on the history of Jews
in cinema, a field she helped pioneer.
Associate Director of NCJF. She holds degrees in art history
and visual culture and was Associate Director & Senior
Writer of African American National Biography.
Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun Professor of American Jewish
History at Brandeis University. Author most recently of
the books When Grant Expelled The Jews and Jews
and the Civil War: A Reader.
Stoll Family Chair in Israel Studies and Director of the
Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis Univeristy.
He is the author of 11 books in and founding editor of the
journal Israel Studies.