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NOVEMBER 22, 2014, 8:30am – 1:00pm,
The New Haven Lawn Club, New Haven, Ct.
RECONSIDERING MEN AND MASCULINITIES: DEVELOPMENTAL CONUNDRUMS AND CLINICAL QUANDARIES with
MICHAEL J. DIAMOND, PH.D.
DONALD MOSS, M.D.
SIDNEY PHILLIPS, M.D. (more…)
Click Here to Read: The Last Amazon: Wonder Woman returns by Jill LePore in The New Yorker in the September 22, 2014 issue.
Click Here to Read: Biography of Victor Jara from the Encyclopedia of World Biography.
Click Here to View: Victor Jara: Te Recuerdo Amanda on YouTube.
Click Here To Listen To: Victor Jara Singing Cigarrito on YouTube.
Click Here to Listen to: Arlo Guthrie Sings a Song About Victor Jara.
Click Here to Read: Letter to Someone Who Said It Was Necessary, Poem about Victor Jara by Arlene Kramer Richards.
Click Here to Purchase: The Laundryman’s Grandaughter, A Book of Poetry by Arlene Kramer Richards including the poem above.
Click Here to Read: SS-Obersturmbannführer (Retired) ‘Eichmann Before Jerusalem,’ by Bettina Stangneth By Steven Aschheim in the New York Times on September. 4, 2014.
Nazi officers cutting off a Jewish prisoner’s sidelocks. Credit Agence France-Presse/Getty Image
Click Here to Read: The Role of Fathers in Society By H. Steven Moffic, MD on the Psychiatric Times website on September 05, 2014.
Click Here to Read: The 21 Best Reviewed Movies on Netflix on the Stumble Upon Website.
Click Here to Read : Neurons in human skin perform advanced calculations on the Medical Xpress website on September 1, 2014.
YIVO in California
YIVO Executive Director Jonathan Brent will be speaking at several programs at Let’s Never Forget: The Night and Hope of Arnost Lustig, on September 6, 2014 in Auburn, California. For more about this event, click here.
This Week in Yedies: News from YIVO
Max Weinreich in Copenhagen
by Bent Blüdnikow (more…)
Click Here to Read: Max and Mirra, Edo and Enam on the Mosiac Investigations and Fantasies website on August 25, 2014
Click Here to Read: Difficult Girl: Growing up, with help by Lena Dunham in The New Yorker on September 1, 2014.
Photograph by Robert Parkharrison, “Edison’S Light” (1998)/Bonni Benrubi Gallery.
What an extraordinary season we have planned for you at YIVO. This fall we’re proud to present: the U.S. premiere of Letters to Afar at the Museum of the City of New York; a brand-new Artists and Scholars Series; lectures; panels; theater and puppet performances; an artist and scholar collaboration; programs in Yiddish; an artist-in-residence with Letters’ creator Péter Forgács, and more. Visit here for a complete list of fall offerings.
Want to delve deeper into program content? This season, we’re excited to introduce pre-event study groups (more…)
the winds of war are upon us again – so I turn to the website to see if we can get any clarification of what human beings are about and up to in contemporary society and if we have any answers.
I have focused on a few posts, but hope that you will browse through the entire website and share your views.
My choices are as follows:
1) I am always struck by how people who emigrated to escape the Nazi regime survived or didn’t – please read the post in the ART or BOOK sections on “Stefan Zweig’s Impossible Exile and Facing History” – his enormous intellect, and drive turned into dust.
Click Here to Read This Article (more…)
Click Here to Read : Certainty on the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy website on Feb 2, 2008.
Click Here to Read: Reports Of Psychology’s Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated by Tania Lombrozo on the 13.7 cosmos and culture website on August 04, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Satire from the Onion: Psychology Comes To Halt As Weary Researchers Say The Mind Cannot Possibly Study Itself on this website.
Click Here to Read: Feted in China, Artist Worried By Walls Here By David Gonzalez in The New York Times on January 25, 1997.
Click Here to Order: Jellyfish Have Eyes by Joram Piatigorsky.
Joram Piatigorsky, an award-winning scientific researcher, established the Laboratory of Molecular and Developmental Biology in the National Eye Institute in 1981 and was its Chief until 2009, when he became an Emeritus Scientist. He has published extensively on eye research, gene expression and evolution, lectured worldwide, participated in national and international advisory and research funding panels, and trained a generation of scientists in eye research. He is presently on the Board of Directors of the Writer’s Center in Bethesda, Maryland and focusing on writing.
Jellyfish Have Eyes, a novel, combines Piatigorsky’s scientific knowledge and story-telling imagination to delve into the conflicts and ensuing difficulties of a creative basic scientist in a society insisting on goal-oriented medical research. This character-driven novel has unexpected twists revealing the importance of chance and societal pressures in shaping destiny. Jellyfish Have Eyes is written for a diverse audience concerned with creativity, moral responsibility, and those simply wanting a good and thoughtful read. (more…)
Click Here to Read: Ten years at Saturn with the Cassini spacecraft By Don Barrett on the World Socialist Web Site on July 4m 2014.
Click Here to Read: World of Resistance (Wor) Report, Part 1: the Global Awakening Wed, 11/20/2013 by Andrew Gavin Marshall on the Occupy.com Website on November 20, 2013.
Click Here to Read: World of Resistance Report: Davos Class Jittery Amid Growing Warnings of Global Unrest By Andrew Gavin Marshall on the Truth Out Website on July 7, 2014.