From Antisemite to Jew: How One Man Changed Himself and Changed History

West Side Institutional Synagogue
120 West 76th Street • New York, NY 10023
Who:
Lander College for Women / The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School
When:
September 7, 2019, 11:15 AM
Where:
West Side Institutional Synagogue
120 West 76th Street • New York, NY 10023
Contact:

(212) 287-3507

Part of the Timeless Power of Teshuva Lecture Series. Hosted by Upper West Side synogogues, insights during the month of Elul given by scholars from Lander College for Women.

 

Lauren Lockshin

Speaker: Lauren Lockshin, Ph.D.

Dr. Lauren Gottlieb Lockshin is a professor of history at Touro College, Lander College for Women. She holds a Ph.D. in modern history from Yale University and an M.A. in international affairs from Columbia University. Her research focuses on the history of antisemitism and the early Zionist movement. Professor Lockshin lives on the Upper West Side of Manhattan with her husband and three daughters.

The Timeless Power of Teshuva Lecture Series is a Joint Project of Touro’s Lander College for Women and the Office of Community Engagement/Touro College and University System.

Contact Info

(212) 287-3507