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Rebecca Kobrin Lunch Talk

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Rebecca Kobrin Lunch Talk

History Thursday, February 6, 2014 12:00 pm-1:00 pm Francis Scott Key Hall, 2120

Faculty and students are invited to attend a lunch talk titled "Creative Destruction: Sender Jarmulowsky, Financial Failure and the Reshaping of American Banking, 1873-1914" with Professor Rebecca A. Kobrin (Columbia) on Thursday, February 6th, 2013 from 12 PM to 1:00 PM in Francis Scott, Key Room 2120 (Merrill Room). 

 

Professor Rebecca Kobrin is Russell and Bettina Knapp Assistant Professor of American Jewish History at Columbia University.  She is the author of

Her current research looks at the relationship between Jews and money in twentieth-century America focusing on perceptions of American Jewish power both in the United States and in inter-war Europe. Her publications include Between Exile and Empire: East European Jewish Migration and the New Jewish Diaspora, "Trans-Atlantic Detachments: The Interdependence of Polish Jews in America and Poland, 1919-1939," Simon-Dubnow-Institut Jahrbuch I (2002), 107-131; “Rewriting the Diaspora: Eastern Europe in the Bialystok Landsmanshaft Press, 1921-1939,” Jewish Social Studies 12:3 (Spring 2006), 1-38; and “The Shtetl by the Highway: The East European City in New York’s Yiddish Landsmanshaft Press, 1921-1939,” Prooftexts: A Journal of Jewish Literary History 26:1-2 (Spring 2006), 107-137.

 

To reserve lunch, rsvp to millercenter@umd.edu.

Add to Calendar 02/06/14 12:00 PM 02/06/14 1:00 PM America/New_York Rebecca Kobrin Lunch Talk

Faculty and students are invited to attend a lunch talk titled "Creative Destruction: Sender Jarmulowsky, Financial Failure and the Reshaping of American Banking, 1873-1914" with Professor Rebecca A. Kobrin (Columbia) on Thursday, February 6th, 2013 from 12 PM to 1:00 PM in Francis Scott, Key Room 2120 (Merrill Room). 

 

Professor Rebecca Kobrin is Russell and Bettina Knapp Assistant Professor of American Jewish History at Columbia University.  She is the author of

Her current research looks at the relationship between Jews and money in twentieth-century America focusing on perceptions of American Jewish power both in the United States and in inter-war Europe. Her publications include Between Exile and Empire: East European Jewish Migration and the New Jewish Diaspora, "Trans-Atlantic Detachments: The Interdependence of Polish Jews in America and Poland, 1919-1939," Simon-Dubnow-Institut Jahrbuch I (2002), 107-131; “Rewriting the Diaspora: Eastern Europe in the Bialystok Landsmanshaft Press, 1921-1939,” Jewish Social Studies 12:3 (Spring 2006), 1-38; and “The Shtetl by the Highway: The East European City in New York’s Yiddish Landsmanshaft Press, 1921-1939,” Prooftexts: A Journal of Jewish Literary History 26:1-2 (Spring 2006), 107-137.

 

To reserve lunch, rsvp to millercenter@umd.edu.

Francis Scott Key Hall