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In our latest episode of The Dybbukast, "The St. Thomas Split," we explore a series of letters from the late 1860s which document a split in the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas. Throughout the episode, Dr. Judah Cohen discusses Jewish life on St. Thomas and the ways in which this story relates to the complexities of communal identity, and Dr. Laura Leibman shares about the history of Jews in the Caribbean.

In this clip from the episode, Laura takes us through three waves of Jewish migration to the Caribbean and explores some reasons why life in the colonies might have been appealing to Jews in the nineteenth century.

You can listen to the episode in its entirety on our website (theatredybbuk.org/podcast) as well as on your favorite podcast app.

This episode is presented in collaboration with The Mervis Chair, Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University Bloomington.

Laura A. Leibman - Author
The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program
LETTERS FROM ST. THOMAS

In our latest episode of The Dybbukast, "The St. Thomas Split," we explore a series of letters which document a moment in the late 1860s when opposing viewpoints caused a split in the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas.

In these selections from the letters, written #OTD in 1867, you can see the "discourteous" disagreement taking place between a congregant and the synagogue's board.

You can find "The St. Thomas Split" and all episodes of The Dybbukast on our website (theatredybbuk.org/podcast) and wherever you listen to podcasts.

This episode is presented in collaboration with The Mervis Chair, The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University Bloomington.
In our latest episode of The Dybbukast, "The St. Thomas Split," we explore a series of letters which document a moment in the late 1860s when opposing viewpoints caused a split in the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas. Dr. Judah Cohen takes us through the history of Jewish life on St. Thomas and the circumstances surrounding the split while Dr. Laura Leibman shares about the history of Jews in the Caribbean.

In this quote from the episode, Judah shares an anecdote about a member of the St. Thomas Jewish community who really didn't want to pay his synagogue dues.

This episode is presented in collaboration with The Mervis Chair, The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University Bloomington.

Listen on our website (theatredybbuk.org/podcast) or on your favorite podcast app.
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The Dybbukast
Season 2, Episode 4
"The St. Thomas Split"

It's 1867 on the island of St. Thomas. Waves of Jewish immigrants have come to this part of the Danish West Indies over time - from Iberia, from the Spanish and Portuguese colonies, from The Netherlands, Hamburg, and London, and from the Germanic states of Europe. In spite of having a population with diverse practices, there's only one synagogue sanctioned by the Danish colonial government on the island. You disagree with the synagogue leadership on how it's being run. What do you do?

In our fourth episode of the season, presented in collaboration with The Mervis Chair, Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University Bloomington, we explore a series of letters which document a moment in the late 1860s when opposing viewpoints caused a split in the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas.

Dr. Laura Leibman, Professor of English and Humanities at Reed College shares about the history of Jews in the Caribbean, and Dr. Judah Cohen, the Lou and Sybil Mervis Professor in the Study of Jewish Culture and Professor of Musicology and Jewish Studies at Indiana University, discusses Jewish life on St. Thomas, the circumstances surrounding the split, and the ways in which this story relates to the complexities of communal identity.

Listen now on our website (theatredybbuk.org/podcast) or on your favorite podcast app.

image 1: a map of the West Indies Published by J.H. Colton & Co.(1860) Engraved print, hand colored.
image 2: episode art for "The St. Thomas Split"

Laura A. Leibman - Author
The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program
The Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas
DROPPING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11

Our next episode of The Dybbukast explores an epistolary story from the Caribbean. Over the course of the nineteenth century, waves of Jewish immigrants from a variety of different regions settled on the island of St. Thomas in the Danish West Indies, each with their own unique expression of Jewish identity. How did these identities coexist on an island with only one synagogue?

In "The St. Thomas Split," the fourth episode of our second season of The Dybbukast, we explore a series of letters which document a moment in the late 1860s when opposing viewpoints caused a split in the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas.

Dr. Laura Leibman, Professor of English and Humanities at Reed College shares about the history of Jews in the Caribbean, and Dr. Judah Cohen, the Lou and Sybil Mervis Professor in the Study of Jewish Culture and Professor of Musicology and Jewish Studies at Indiana University, discusses Jewish life on St. Thomas, the circumstances surrounding the split, and the ways in which this story relates to the complexities of communal identity.

Listen to "The St. Thomas Split" beginning Friday, February 11 on our website (theatredybbuk.org/podcast) or on your favorite podcast app.

This episode is presented in collaboration with The Mervis Chair, The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University Bloomington.

image 1: Episode art for "The St. Thomas Split"
image 2: A five cent postage stamp from the Danish West Indies, canceled in St. Thomas, late 1800s

@The Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas
Laura A. Leibman - Author
COMING NEXT FRIDAY!

For our next episode of The Dybbukast, we're headed to the Caribbean to explore an epistolary story from the mid-nineteenth century on the island of St. Thomas.

Season 2, Episode 4: "The St. Thomas Split"

In this episode, presented in collaboration with The Mervis Chair, The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University Bloomington, we explore a series of letters which document a moment in the late 1860s when opposing viewpoints caused a split in the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas.

Dr. Laura Leibman (Laura A. Leibman - Author), Professor of English and Humanities at Reed College shares about the history of Jews in the Caribbean, and Dr. Judah Cohen, the Lou and Sybil Mervis Professor in the Study of Jewish Culture and Professor of Musicology and Jewish Studies at Indiana University, discusses Jewish life on St. Thomas, the circumstances surrounding the split, and the ways in which this story relates to the complexities of communal identity.

You can listen to "The St. Thomas Split" beginning Friday, February 11on our website (theatredybbuk.org/podcast) as well as wherever you listen to podcasts.
New from the AJS Career Center:

The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program's Olamot Center Visiting Fellow (2021-2022) at Indiana University Bloomington.

Learn more & apply now: https://myajs.associationforjewishstudies.org/networking/apply_now.aspx?view=2&id=637101
Lesenswerter Beitrag von Günther Jikeli (The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University) zur Diskussion um die IHRA-Antisemitismusdefinition: "The public controversy about the non-binding Working Definition of Antisemitism by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance - IHRA is puzzling. Policymakers in different countries have identified antisemitism as a problem and want to monitor and combat it. In order to do so, they need a hands-on definition of antisemitism that helps, among others, police officers to decide if a certain incident should be classified as antisemitic or not. They have then developed a definition together with major groups representing Jewish communities. Many governments and organizations, including the United Nations, have since expressed support for this definition as guidance to monitor and combat antisemitism. The European Commission has just published a handbook on how that can be used. So why is there now some opposition to this definition?"
Dear Friends and Colleagues.

A new **Jewish Music Forum launches** next Tuesday, 23 June, with **‘Conversations on Zoom’ **(COZ) where scholars, practitioners and archivists engage in dialogue on their work, interests and approaches. Read the First Newsletter here https:https://jewishmusic.hcommons.org/

**23 June 2020** **Dr Naomi Cohn Zentner** with **Professor Eliyahu Schleifer**

**30 June 2020 Cantor Matt Austerklein **with **Cantor Abraham Lubin**

**Conversations on Zoom take place on Tuesday’s **(09:00 Los Angeles/ 12.00 New York/ 17:00 UK/ 18:00 Hannover/ 19:00 Jerusalem time)

More details of their conversations here.

https://jewishmusic.hcommons.org/2020/05/26/ifjms/

**To join the conversation with the log-in details** go to https://hcommons.org/groups/jewish-music-1255310724/events/conversation-on-zoom/

To book your own ‘Conversation’, **pick a date, and a partner** and get in touch. Contact me [email protected] to fit this in to the weekly Tuesday COZ programme. (You do not already have to be a Member of the Forum to participate in this programme, but we hope you will join soon)

To join the International Forum for Jewish Music Studies, see the details at:

https://jewishmusic.hcommons.org/

We look forward to ‘seeing’ you at COZ

Mark Kligman, Martha Stellmacher and Geraldine Auerbach

International Forum for Jewish Music Studies
****THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS****

Join us for Anti-Semitism: New Unease in Europe and the U.S. presented by Professor Günther Jikeli from the Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism/The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program at Indiana University.

He will explain the resurgence of anti-Semitism in Europe and the U.S. This program is made possible through the Dr. Larry and Kathy Kanter Fund for Jewish Preservation.

This free event is in partnership with Compassionate St. Augustine and will take place on Monday, March 16th at 7:00 p.m. at First Congregation Sons of Israel.

Our mission is to promote cutting-edge research in Jewish Studies, to help our students learn about the Jewish people while developing their intellectual abilities and to enhance the understanding of Jewish culture among the larger public.

One of the largest, oldest and most vibrant programs of its kind, the Borns Jewish Studies Program at Indiana University is committed to fostering leadership skills, civic responsibility, and academic achievement through rigorous interdisciplinary study of the Jewish people and civilization. Our distinguished faculty, talented students, outstanding staff, accomplished alumni, and supportive community work together to ensure the best possible experience for our students.

Operating as usual

03/21/2022

Fall registration is rapidly approaching! Check out one of our exciting course offerings!

03/10/2022

Join us today at 5:30 in GISB 4067! You won't want to miss this great chance to learn with Dr. Vered Sakal and Professor Laura Carlson Hasler!

03/08/2022

Look forward to the JSSA's Purim Event this Thursday! There will be Hamantaschen! More info: https://events.iu.edu/borns-jewish/event/454415-1

03/03/2022

ONE WEEK AWAY! Look forward to the JSSA Purim Event next Thursday. View details at: https://events.iu.edu/borns-jewish/event/454415-1

03/02/2022

The Concert is tonight! Don't miss out on this exciting performance. More information at https://events.iu.edu/borns-jewish/event/461702-il-dolce-suono-corina-marti-harpsichord-doron

03/01/2022

This week, our friends at the Robert F. Byrnes Russian and East European Institute are holding a Teach-In on the War in Ukraine. The full schedule is available at https://blogs.iu.edu/hamiltonlugar/2022/02/28/iu-hamilton-lugar-school-to-host-a-teach-in-on-russias-attack-on-ukraine/ . Professor Dina Spechler (Political Science and Jewish Studies) will be teaching today at 3-4 PM on Why Did Russia Invade, and Why Now? in GISB 1067.

02/28/2022

In this program, Marti and Schleifer introduce the dichotomy between the two different - but still connected – worlds that would constitute the musical world of the many Jewish musicians and dance-masters who lived in late Medieval Italy. Alongside the elaborate polyphonic music and flashy dances they would play, sing, dance and teach, they would also have a parallel musical world – that of the synagogue and its special music. https://events.iu.edu/borns-jewish/event/461702-1

02/18/2022

Mazel Tov to Missy, our AMAZING events coordinator and scheduling officer! Here's to many more excellent events, successful semester schedules, and wonderful workshops!

On Media, Power, and Making Maps: A Response to David Lambert | Published in Metatron 02/17/2022

On Media, Power, and Making Maps: A Response to David Lambert | Published in Metatron

Check out this article from Professor Laura Carlson Hasler!

On Media, Power, and Making Maps: A Response to David Lambert | Published in Metatron By Laura Carlson Hasler. This article argues for the utility of the term "scripture" in marking hierarchies among texts and other forms of ancient media.

02/11/2022

Available now: Listen to Professor Judah Cohen discussing a series of letters which document a moment in the late 1860s when opposing viewpoints caused a split in the Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas on The Dybbukast: https://www.theatredybbuk.org/thedybbukast/the-st-thomas-split

Photos from Theatre Dybbuk's post 02/10/2022

BJSP Prof Judah Cohen discusses his work on St. Thomas Jewish history on the latest episode of "The Dybbukast." Listen to "The St. Thomas Split" podcast available on Feb 11 at https://www.theatredybbuk.org/podcast

02/09/2022

Announcing the Blackness and Jewishness Project's new opportunity for undergraduate students to complete meaningful and innovative projects related to Blackness and Jewishness. A $500 stipend is available! Learn more at https://jsp.sitehost.iu.edu/undergraduates/blacknessjewishnessprojectproposals.shtml

02/04/2022

The 2022 New Institute “Conversations on Blackness and Jewishness” continues this Sun, Feb 6 with a discussion on BLACKNESS, JEWISHNESS, and JEWS OF COLOR with Professor Valerie Grim (AAADS) and Sarah Imhoff (BJSP) on Zoom. Register at https://iu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fy4TgVRFQf6WtM9CnoLSjg .

02/04/2022

Calling all incoming Jewish Studies students! IU's housing application is now open. Are you thinking about where you want to live? Check out Collins LLC! Learn more at collins.indiana.edu

02/04/2022

Day 2 of the 10th Annual IU Jewish Studies Graduate Student Association Conference on “Jews, Judaism, and Crisis” is underway!

02/03/2022

As the keynote address for the 10th Annual Jewish Studies Graduate Student Association Conference, Professor Sarah Abrevaya Stein will give the Lillian Solotkin Lecture. Register now: https://iu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIqcuGhrTMiGtCwhz1W5EcRBYtIJIxppv8P

02/02/2022

The 10th Annual Jewish Studies Graduate Student Association Conference begins tomorrow! This year's theme is “Jews, Judaism, and Crisis”! The whole conference schedule and more information is available at https://events.iu.edu/borns-jewish/event/200454-jewish-studies-graduate-student-association

The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program updated their address. 02/02/2022

The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program updated their address.

The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program updated their address.

01/28/2022

Join faculty from Indiana University’s African American and African Diaspora Studies Department and the Borns Jewish Studies Program in a series of lively and enlightening conversations on the nature of Blackness and Jewishness in today’s world. From history and culture to social change and Jews of Color, we will explore places of connection, difference, and understanding through a series of core texts distributed in advance. Through these conversations, we hope to generate insight, empathy, and meaningful paths forward.

https://events.iu.edu/borns-jewish/event/381221-conversations-on-blackness-and-jewishness-session

01/18/2022

Panel Discussion in Response to Ongoing Antisemitic Vandalism in IU and Bloomington

Tomorrow, The College of Arts and Sciences, in partnership with the Institute for the Study of Contemporary Antisemitism, will host a panel discussion of the recent and ongoing antisemitic vandalism that has been taking place on campus and around Bloomington. Professors Alvin Rosenfeld Professor Günther Jikeli will be featured panelists, joined by student leaders.

Register here: https://college.indiana.edu/machform/view.php?id=816893&_ga=2.192022954.1427254875.1642529135-390868758.1629983302

Panel Discussion in Response to Ongoing Antisemitic Vandalism in IU and Bloomington Wednesday, January 19, 2022 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Via Zoom PLEASE NOTE: Registration for this event is restricted to verified Indiana University Zoom users.

01/13/2022

Congratulations to Professor Sarah Imhoff for her appointment as the Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Chair in Jewish Studies!

01/10/2022

Welcome to spring semester! We hope that everyone has a great first week to kick off the semester.

12/22/2021

Current Jewish Studies Students: Now is the time to apply for scholarships for next year! Visit https://jsp.sitehost.iu.edu/undergraduates/funding_continuing.shtml to learn more!

12/17/2021

Another semester is in the books! Great job to all of our hardworking students, faculty, and staff! Wishing you all a wonderful and relaxing break.

12/15/2021

High School Seniors - check out generous scholarship from the BJSP at Indiana University. Deadline to apply is Jan 27. Find out more info here https://jsp.sitehost.iu.edu/undergraduates/funding_freshmen.shtml

12/13/2021

The BJSP wishes our students all the best on your final exams this week and hope you all enjoy a relaxing winter break. See you in 2022!

12/10/2021

Congratulations to Professor Halina Goldberg, Professor of Musicology and an associate member of the Jewish Studies faculty, who won the 2021 H. Colin Slim Award from the American Musicological Society. Her award-winning article, titled “Chopin’s Album Leaves and the Aesthetics of Musical Album Inscription” was published earlier this year in the Journal of the American Musicological Society.

12/01/2021

Congratulations to Levi Gettleman, recipient of the 2021 Carolyn Lipson-Walker Outstanding Senior Scholarship. https://jsp.sitehost.iu.edu/undergraduates/accouncement%20clw%20scholarship%20winner.shtml

10/15/2021

Take a Jewish Studies course this spring! Check out JSTU-J 204 "Water and Jews, Heaven and Earth" with the our Olamot fellow, Professor Vered Sakal https://jsp.sitehost.iu.edu/undergraduates/courses/Spring%202022/JSTU_J204_water%20and%20jews%20sakal.shtml

06/03/2021

Congratulations to Robert A. Borns who was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters at IU Bloomington's undergraduate graduation ceremony. Borns is a 1957 Kelley School of Business graduate, a successful real estate developer and the namesake of the College of Arts and Sciences' Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program. Bob and Sandra’s dedication, enthusiasm, and wholehearted commitment to IU and to the Borns JSP continue to inspire us all. https://honorsandawards.iu.edu/awards/honoree/6454.html

06/03/2021

Professor Sarah Imhoff’s forthcoming book, The Lives of Jessie Sampter: Queer, Disabled, Zionist, has been awarded a grant through Indiana University’s Toward an Open Monograph Ecosystem (TOME). Because of this grant, Duke University Press will be able to publish the book open access, which means it will be freely available to all readers. https://research.iu.edu/funding-proposals/funding/opportunities/toward-an-open-monograph-ecosystem/index.html

Photos from The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program's post 04/21/2021

Join your fellow Jewish Studies alumni on this special IU Day of Giving

Help us achieve our Jewish Studies alumni giving goal for this IU Day!

The Borns Jewish Studies Program has been blessed to have donors who have given generously to the program. Without their generosity, we would not have been able to provide the level of scholarships and support that we have. But out-of-state tuition now exceeds $51,000 annually, and we can no longer award enough funding; many high school seniors who want to be IU Jewish Studies majors can no longer afford to study with us.

Now, JSP alumni, it’s your turn to ensure that Jewish Studies at Indiana University continues to lead the way as a premier Jewish Studies program. Show your appreciation for your IU Jewish Studies education. Please give back. Guarantee that the program can continue to educate and nurture future generations of leaders for Jewish communities and beyond.

Give Now at https://www.myiu.org/one-time-gift?appealid=36917cda-622c-43b7-a3ad-0f600f5b4d20&account=I380008680

03/17/2021

PhD candidate Sean Sidky just published an article entitled “Chaim Potok and the Holocaust” in Studies in American Jewish Literature - available here: https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/43970

03/04/2021

BJSP adjunct Professor Halina Goldberg discusses the contribution of Polish Jews to the field of music.

🎶 🎻 W powszechnym mniemaniu na temat tworzenia muzyki przez Żydów na ziemiach polskich, żydowskie i nieżydowskie przestrzenie muzyczne były od siebie oddzielone, a każda z grup była powiązana z różnymi pejzażami dźwiękowymi. Jednakże archiwalia ukazują, że istniało wiele możliwości kooperacji między nimi.

👉14 marca o godz. 20.00 zapraszamy na wykład #online Shared Soundscapes: The Legacy of Polish Jews in Music prof. Haliny Goldberg, która opowie o muzycznym dziedzictwie Żydów polskich, przez pryzmat okoliczności, które umożliwiały żydowskim i chrześcijańskim muzykom wspólne tworzenie – uczenie się od siebie, dzielenie się repertuarem i językami muzycznymi.

🎶W trakcie wykładu będą prezentowane fragmenty nowoodkrytych utworów muzycznych stworzonych przez Żydów polskich.

👉Wykład w j. angielskim na kanale Muzeum POLIN na YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/c/MuzeumPOLIN_official

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Seria "Distinguished Lectures" w 2021 towarzyszy otwarciu programu #online poświęconego galerii #Dziedzictwo – nowej części wystawy stałej Muzeum POLIN.

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355 N Eagleson Ave, Global & International Studies Building 4004a
Bloomington, IN
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The Indiana University Borns JSP offers an intimate learning environment nestled within a major research university. Our diverse student body is able to take advantage of the manifold resources IU offers in terms of global and international studies, languages, culture and the arts, academic excellence, technology, athletics, and campus life while benefitting from the type of personal attention normally associated with small liberal arts colleges. Students engage in a wide array of extracurricular activities sponsored by the program and the Jewish Studies Student Association, including film screenings, distinguished lectures, a weekly Hebrew table, and social gatherings.

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