The Ruth and Phil Sokolof Lecture
2021 Phil & Ruth Sokolof Lecture
Dr. Simon Rabinovitch
"What's Jewish About the Jewish State? Examining Israel’s Fierce Debate on the Nation-State Law"
Held April 29, 2021 | Watch the Recording
The 2021 Sokolof Lecture was presented by Simon Rabinovitch, Ph.D., Associate Professor in History at Northeastern University, in a virtual event on Thursday, April 29. Dr. Rabinovitch examined and analyzed the impact of Israel’s 2018 Nation-State Law. The passage of the law sparked protests from Israel’s Druze population and raised questions about balancing minority rights and national self-determination.
Dr. Jonathan Sarna
"That Obnoxious Order: Ulysses S. Grant and the Jews"
Seth M. Siegel
"Let There Be Water: Israel's Solution to a Water-Starved World"
Dr. Jonathan Adelman
"Russia and Israel:New Emerging Powers in the Middle East"
Honorable Dennis Ross
"U.S. - Israeli Relationship from Truman to Obama"
"My Promise Land: A Personal Journey Through the History of Israel" (Courtesy of UNO Television)
Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat
"The Future of the Jews: How Global Forces are Impacting the Jewish People, Israel, and Its Relationship with the United States."
Dr. Stephen Berk
"Our People are Your People: American Jewry and the Struggle for Civil Rights, 1954 - 1965"
Dr. Daniel Gordis
"Year 2048: Can Israel Survive to the Age of 100?"