Online Public Lectures

Listen to our online public lectures via the links below.

2019

Monday 20 August - Peter Y Medding

"The Changing Face of Israeli Democracy: From B-G to Bi-Bi"

Monday 19 August - Michael Berkowitz

"Washington's Secret Hollywood connection: Jews and filmmaking during World War II"

Wednesday 14 August - Professor Jan Grabowski

"The Holocaust in Poland: What we did not know, what we are now learning and what remains to be learned"

Wednesday 7 August - Professor Jan Grabowski

"Legislating the Past: the 2018 Polish 'Holocaust Law'"

Wednesday 27 March - Professor Christopher Browning

"Reflections on a Career in Holocaust History"

Wednesday 20 March - Professor Christopher Browning

"Uses of the Past and Understanding the Current Crisis of Democracy"

Wednesday 13 March - Professor Christopher Browning

"From Humanitarian Relief to Holocaust Rescue: The Story of Tracy Strong Jr."

2018

Sunday 22 April - Professor Andrew Markus, Director ACJC  

Gen17 Survey of the Australian Jewish Community

2017

Monday 11 September - Professor Richard Cohen
The Wandering Jew from Christian Myth to Jewish Self Representation

Wednesday 6th September - Professor Eitan Bar-Yosef Tales of Love and Darkness: Zionism, the British Empire and Colonial Nostalgia in the Work of Amos Oz

Wednesday 30th August - Professor Eitan Bar-Yosef
When Golda Meir Danced Hora in the Jungle

Wednesday 16 August - Professor Anna Shternshis
Machine Guns and Orphans: Soviet Yiddish Music of World War II

Thursday 10 August  - Professor Samuel Kassow  Warsaw - The Jewish Metropolis

Thursday 3 August  - Professor Samuel Kassow  Vilna- The Jerusalem of Lithuania

Sunday 30 July - Mark Baker
Book launch of THIRTY DAYS: A JOURNEY TO THE END OF LOVE

Thursday 27 July - Professor Samuel Kassow
Cultural Resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto: The Ringelblum Archive

Thursday 30 March  ACJC Panel Discussion - Refugees

Tuesday 14 Feb - Professor Paul Fenton
Hidden Treasures: Exploring Jewish-Muslim Interactions as Reflected in the Cairo Genizah

Thursday 25 May- Professor Steven Katz
Elie Wiesel: the Man and his Legacy