Shari Rabin is Guest Speaker on Judaism in 'Keeping it 101' Podcast
April 7, 2022
Associate Professor of Jewish Studies and Religion Shari Rabin was the guest for the podcast Keeping it 101: A Killjoy's Introduction to the Study of Religion's episode on Judaism.
Article Coauthored by Shari Rabin Published
December 6, 2021
The Journal of Southern History published the article "Simon Gerstmann's War: Religion, Loyalty, and Memory in the Post-Civil War Claims Courts," coauthored by Shari Rabin, associate professor of Jewish studies and religion.
Shari Rabin and Matthew Berkman publish in America Jewish History special issue
September 2, 2021
Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies Shari Rabin and Visiting Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies Matthew Berkman both had pieces published in the journal American Jewish History’s new special issue on antisemitism.
Shari Rabin participates in discussion on Jews and Muslims in America
June 8, 2021
Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and Religion Shari Rabin will speak as part of a discussion on "Jews and Muslims in America" at the Graduate Theological Union's Madrasa-Midrasha Program. The conversation begins at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, June 15. Rabin's talk is titled "Placing Jews in American History" and will consider how Jews have been understood and how Judaism has been transformed in American history, using the 1669 Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina as its starting point.
Shari Rabin Quoted
June 19, 2020
Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and Religion Shari Rabin is quoted in an article in the Jewish Telegraph Agency concerning a California synagogue's decision to alter a monument in their synagogue that included the name of a slave-holding, Confederate Jew.
Shari Rabin Gives Workshop
April 29, 2020
Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and Religion Shari Rabin gave a training workshop on nineteenth-century Jewish migration for docents at the National Museum of American Jewish History.
March 19, 2021
January 7, 2021