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Book Launch and Reception for Laurel Leff’s book Well Worth Saving: American Universities’ Life-and-Death Decisions on Refugees From Nazi Europe

On December 11th, the Jewish Studies Program and the School of Journalism celebrated the publication of Prof. Laurel Leff’s new book Well Worth Saving: American Universities’ Life-and-Death Decisions on Refugees From Nazi Europe.  Steve Whitfield, Max Richter Professor of American Civilizations, Emeritus, of Brandeis University, led a thoughtful and wide-ranging discussion with Leff about her research and its implications.  Audience questions led to further discussion of ethical choices within universities today.

Laurel Leff is Associate Professor of Journalism, and Associate Director of the Jewish Studies Program, at Northeastern.

Well Worth Saving

 

Published On: December 12, 2019 |
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