Professors Andrea Berlin and Yonder Gillihan discuss the BU Maccabees Project on "Chuck Morse Speaks." Follow the link to watch the interview.
Leo Trepp Lecture Series
The Annual Leo Trepp Lecture Series is generously supported by Ms. Gunda Trepp.
My Personal Theological Journey: Believing and its Tensions
In our second annual Leo Trepp Lecture, Dr. Neil Gillman, Professor Emeritus of Jewish Philosophy at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York and a leading theologian of Conservative Judaism, reflected on his intellectual path and the evolution of his theology.
Speaker: Neil Gillman
March 2, 2015
Joy and Obligation: The Legacies of Leo Trepp and A.J. Heschel
2014 Inaugural Leo Trepp Lecture: the first in an annual series of lectures dedicated to Rabbi Leo Trepp, who led a congregation of Jews in Germany during the holocaust. This lecture was given by Professor Susannah Heschel, Dartmouth, who spoke on “Joy and Obligation: The Legacies of Leo Trepp and A.J. Heschel.”
Speaker: Susannah Heschel
March 4, 2014
The lecture has been filmed in five parts, including an introduction by Professor Michael Zank, EWCJS Director:
A radio broadcast of the lecture can be listened to here: