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UCF History Department: by Category “Academic”

  • Annual Judaic Studies Lecture Series - Judaism and Jesus: A Fresh Perspective on Messianic Judaism

    Virtual

    In an “unveiling” of their newly published monograph, Judaism and Jesus, Dr. Zev Garber, Emeritus Professor and Chair of Jewish Studies and Philosophy at Los Angeles Valley College and Dr. Ken Hanson, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the UCF Judaic Studies Program relate their “hands-on” experience in approaching the Jewish Jesus and the controversial subject of Messianic Judaism. For information …

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  • Pauley Lecture Series on Global Affairs - Can Nations Forgive? The Case of Japan and its Asian Neighbors

    Virtual

    Join us virtual for the 2021 Annual Pauley Lecture Series on Global Affairs. Dr. Thomas W. Burkman Research Professor Emeritus of Asian Studies at the University at Buffalo will present Can Nations Forgive? The Case of Japan and its Asian Neighbors Throughout the world we can observe numerous cases of prolonged animosity between nations. These conflicts often involve historical national …

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