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Announcements, New Releases

We are proud to announce the launch of a new publication, the Belin Lecture Series. This project is the published lectures of the David W. Belin Lecture in American Jewish Affairs.

Each year since 1991, the Jean & Samuel Frankel Center at the University of Michigan has brought a prestigious scholar to campus to address diverse dimensions of American Jewish culture. The lecture was established through a generous gift from the late David W. Belin, an alumnus of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, the Business School, and the Law School of the University of Michigan.

The Frankel Center is a leader in Jewish studies, with faculty from top-tier departments throughout the University of Michigan offering an interdisciplinary curriculum. The Frankel Center offers students opportunities for in-depth study in Jewish history and culture, including unique courses in Yiddish. With the Frankel Institute for Advanced Judaic Studies, the University of Michigan houses the only scholarly program of its kind at a public university in the United States.

Volume 23 is the first lecture to be made freely available and is entitled Sifting the Ruins: Émigré Jewish Journalists’ Return Visits to the Old Country, 1946–1948 by Jack Kugelmass.

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