Professor in the Department of History, Moishe Postone’s research and teaching focus on 19th and 20th century European intellectual history, with emphasis on critical social theories and self-reflexive theories of historical context—theories that seek to grasp social, economic, and cultural processes in ways that illuminate the relation of such processes to the theories themselves. His work also focuses on the problematic of modern anti-Semitism and questions of history, memory, and identity in postwar Germany.
- 2016 Undergraduate Essay Winners
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- NEW AUDIO: Etgar Keret's Happy Campers – Conference October 14-15, 2015
- NEW AUDIO: Chaim Noy, "Thank You for Dying for Our Country"
- NEW AUDIO: Adam Kirsch, "Is There Such a Thing as Jewish Literature?"
- Reflections on the Promise and Limitations of Interfaith Dialogue – Paul Mendes-Flohr
- Internships "life-changing" for undergraduates
- AUDIO: Soloveitchik Conferenc, Feb. 16, 2014, Spertus Institute, Chicago
- AUDIO: Sayed Kashua, "Second Person Singular" March 5, 2013
- October 5–6, 2014: Schedule of Papers for The Cultural Politics of German-Jewish Hermeneutics, 1750–1950
- Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik as Philosopher February 16, 2014
- Pines' Maimonides Conference – January 19-21, 2014
- Symposium of Judaic and Confucian Ethics at Shandong University December 2013
- The Arts of Jewish Memory Symposium Feb 25
- Conference: The State of American Jewish Belief Revisited 3/4/2012
- Conference: Borders in Jewish Thought 2/13/2012
- Sites/Traces/Manifestations of Jewish Pasts, Presents and Futures, 12/1/2011