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Zionism, Jewish Identity
Dedication, Near Eastern Judaic Studies, Business and Faith
J.R. Interview, April 25, 1997
J.R. Edited, n.d.
Levin; J. Reinharz Roast, April 4, 1995
Levin; J. Reinharz, April 4, 1995
Inauguration Lunch/Panel, April 9, 1995
Inauguration, April 9, 1995
Inaugural Reception, April 9, 1995
Inauguration and Reception, Aux camera, April 9, 1995
"Announcement of 7th President of Brandeis":Jehuda Reinharz, 03/02/94
"The Centenary of Political Zionism" - Conference Program:"Reflections on Zionist History", 10/08/96
"The Centenary of Political Zionism" - Conference Program:Zionism and Jewish Identity, 10/09/96
"The Centenary of Political Zionism" - Conference Program:Opening Session; Keynote Address:"Herzl and the Ironies of History", 10/07/96
The Dedication of the Microfilm Collection of the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives and The Stephen S. Wise Memorial Lecture:"Manischewitz Matzah and the Rabbis of the Holy Land: A Case Study in the Interrelationship of Business and Faith", 4/11/00
Student Senate Meeting, 11/03/99
The Zionist Career of Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, 04/21/96
"Not Just Pro-Tibetan...Pro-Justice":Dalai Lama Visit, 05/08/98
"Peter and the Wolf", 10/15/95.
"Spirituality and community; Religious and Communal Motifs in Transformation from the Bible to the Present", 04/20/94.
"Martyrdom and Resistance in Jewish History; A Symposium to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto", 04/19/93.
"Revolutionizing motherhood: the mothers of the Plaza de Mayo", 04/09/94.
"Just anger", 11/13/93.
"The Female Body: a symposium on the works of artist Kiki Smith", 11/14/92.
"Nahum Goldmann: Jewish and Zionist statesman" by Jehuda Reinharz and Evyatar Friesel, August 2004
"Nahum Goldmann: Jewish and Zionist statesman" by Jehuda Reinharz and Evyatar Friesel: Alternate draft entitled--"Nahum Goldmann reconsidered", undated
Correspondence: Jehuda Reinharz, Provost, 1992