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Chronos The History Journal of Yeshiva University 2011-2012

Chronos The History Journal of Yeshiva University 2011-2012

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This edition’s collection of essays comprises a broad range of topics in Jewish, American, and World history, from Jews in the Renaissance to our faculty contribution on Academic Freedom in the 1960s. We hope you will enjoy exploring these fascinating works of history as much as we have enjoyed bringing them to you!
This edition’s collection of essays comprises a broad range of topics in Jewish, American, and World history, from Jews in the Renaissance to our faculty contribution on Academic Freedom in the 1960s. We hope you will enjoy exploring these fascinating works of history as much as we have enjoyed bringing them to you!

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Published by: Yeshiva University on Mar 29, 2012
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CHRONOS
The History Journal ofYeshiva University
 2011 - 2012
Editors
Rachel DanielsElie FriedmanTzachi MiodownikMeirah Shedlo
Faculty Advisor 
Dr. Hadassah KosakYeshiva University, New York, NY
 
November 2011Layout: Ezra SeligsohnPrinter: Advanced Copy CenterCHRONOS: The History Journal of Yeshiva University
yuchronos@gmail.com
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Editorial......................................................................................................
ivRachel Renz,
 Jew in the Renaissance: A Persecuted By-Product of Christianity’sWar with Humanism
.............................................................................3Sarah Snider, O
 ppressing the “Other”:Treatment of Jews and Witches by theSpanish Inquisition
..............................................................................17Adam Rosenberg,
Dr. Max Lilienthal andHis Attempts At Jewish EducationalReform in Czarist Russia, 1842-1845
..................................................28Elie Friedman,
Northern Exposure:The Fisk Jubilee Singers and theWhites Who Watched Them Sing
.........................................................44Chani Markel,
 Ain’t Gonna Work on Sunday:The Evolution of the Blue Laws in the United States
..........................53Adam Zimilover,
Beyond Rational Thought:Yeshiva College during the Holocaust
..................................................66 Jordan Bass,
 All Quiet on America’s Western Front
...............................77Daniel Steinberg,
 And Justice for All:The Validity of the Nuremberg Defenseduring the Vietnam War 
......................................................................87
 Faculty Contribution
Professor Ellen Schrecker,
 Academic Freedom in the 1960s................
...99

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