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What's Russian about Russian Jews? 


Dr. Olga Litvak (Clark University) will explore (and explode!) some common historical myths about the character of Russian Jewry.  We will ask why are Russian Jews are so often viewed through a haze of nostalgia for a lost traditional world and analyze critically some of the most important buzzwords in the construction of the Russian-Jewish past, including shtetl and pogrom.  


9/26 | 7:00 pm | Shiffman 125        



Year Abroad, Queer Abroad 

9/26 | 7:00 - 8:30 pm | ASAC Atrium       


The goal of this event is to give potential Study Abroad students an idea of the kinds of experiences queer- and ally-identified students have had while studying abroad in prior years. Our hope is that this panel will help answer any questions that potential Study Abroad queer and ally-students may have, and give them a resource in their decision-making.



Year-In-Service Interview Preparation Workshop 

9/27 | 6:00 - 7:00 pm | Hiatt Career Center, Usdan       


Learn how to interview effectively for Year in Service programs. Several competitive Year in Service programs have priority deadlines in the early fall, including Teach For America, City Year, Citizen Schools, Boston Teacher Residency, SCA/Conservation Corps, Teach For China, and JET.  



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Blog Stories and Profiles

tawannaGlobal Brandeis Profile: Tawanna Johnson '16

Tawanna, a Liberian-American, has been personally affected by Liberia's political unrest.  "The discovery of my family's past made me recognize the traces of my ancestors in the person I am today." 



Footprints and Storiesnusrath's photos 


These photos were taken by Nusrath Yusuf '13 and her fellow internship colleagues. Nusrath is a Brandeis-India Initiative Fellow who worked in Delhi and traveled to other areas with an internship with Operation ASHA. 




More Blog Entries 

Dynamic New Leader Puts the Oomph Back in Brandeis

Lawrence said it is not likely that he will lead a building boom, and that he will focus mostly on improving programs and on building relationships on campus and abroad.

Crown Center Middle East Brief: The Paradox of the Egyptian Revolution 


An examination of the critical tension that has emerged in the Egyptian revolution between the forces supporting the continuity of the revolution and those supporting the continuity of the state. 


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Save the Date: Brandeis- India Reception on Oct 3

Are you interested in Brandeis' connections with India? Join us for an informal gathering in the Mandel Center Atrium at 5:00 pm to mingle and hear from our inaugural Brandeis-India Initiative Fellows!  Free food!
9/29: HBI Artist-in-Residence Program - March 2012
9/30: 'Deis Impact (early deadline)
10/1: WSRC Visiting Research Associates
10/1: Winston Churchill Scholarship
10/3: Spring 2012 Brandeis-Run Study Abroad Programs
10/3: Gerzon Scholarship for Eastern European Holocaust Studies (Spring 2012)
10/5: Sorensen Fellowship Preliminary Proposal
10/7: Ethics Center funding

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