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News and Information including an e-mail address, to: Dean Bell, MJSA Program Chair, Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies, 618 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, II 60605; phone: 312-322-1791; fax: 312-922-6406; e-mail: dbell@spertus.edu. Ifproposing a complete session, please send all abstracts together. Further information about the conference is available from Dean Bell at the address above, or from the local host, Steve Weiland, Director of the Jewish Program at Michigan State, 5 I7-432-3493 or weiland@msu.edu. Lehigh University to Host Conference on Representing the Holocaust The Philip and Muriel Berman Center for Jewish Studies will host a conference "Representing the Holocaust: Practices, Products, Projections" May 21-23, 2000, at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Artists, photographers, curators and academicians will discuss the distinctive problems that confront those attempting to represent the Holocaust in art, photography, museums, and monuments. Presenters include Ariella Azoulay (Camera Obscura, Tel Aviv), Michael Berenbaum (consultant, Los Angeles), Alice Lok Cahana (artist and survivor, Houston), Judy Chicago (artist, Belen, N.M.), Stephen Feinstein (Univ. of Minnesota), Michelle Friedman (Haverford College), Shelley Hornstein (York Univ.), Tami Katz-Freiman (curator, Tel Aviv), Norman Kleeblatt (Jewish Museum, New York), Andrea Liss (California State Univ. of San Marcos), Edward Lucie-Smith (art historian, London), Peter Novick (Univ. of Chicago), http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies Purdue University Press

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including an e-mail address, to: Dean Bell, MJSA Program Chair, Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies, 618 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, II 60605; phone: 312-322-1791; fax: 312-922-6406; e-mail: dbell@spertus.edu. Ifproposing a complete session, please send all abstracts together. Further information about the conference is available from Dean Bell at the address above, or from the local host, Steve Weiland, Director of the Jewish Program at Michigan State, 5 I7-432-3493 or weiland@msu.edu. Lehigh University to Host Conference on Representing the Holocaust The Philip and Muriel Berman Center for Jewish Studies will host a conference "Representing the Holocaust: Practices, Products, Projections" May 21-23, 2000, at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Artists, photographers, curators and academicians will discuss the distinctive problems that confront those attempting to represent the Holocaust in art, photography, museums, and monuments. Presenters include Ariella Azoulay (Camera Obscura, Tel Aviv), Michael Berenbaum (consultant, Los Angeles), Alice Lok Cahana (artist and survivor, Houston), Judy Chicago (artist, Belen, N.M.), Stephen Feinstein (Univ. of Minnesota), Michelle Friedman (Haverford College), Shelley Hornstein (York Univ.), Tami Katz-Freiman (curator, Tel Aviv), Norman Kleeblatt (Jewish Museum, New York), Andrea Liss (California State Univ. of San Marcos), Edward Lucie-Smith (art historian, London), Peter Novick (Univ. of Chicago),

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