Manfred and Anne Lehmann Foundation


KEY-NOTE SPEAKERS AT THE
JAMIE LEHMANN / MANFRED LEHMANN
YAHRZEIT PROGRAMS SINCE 1983

1983- Professor Sidney Z. Leiman — “The Emden-Eibeschetz Controversy”
1984- Rabbi David Silber — (Drisha) — “The Return of Joseph”
1985- Rabbi Dr. Yitzchok Twersky — (Harvard University) — “The Uniqueness of Maimonides”
1986- Professor Berel Septimus — (Harvard University) — “Maimonides on Language”
1987- Rabbi Shlomo Wolbe — (Beit Hamussar Chaim Menachem), Jerusalem, Israel
1987- Professor Alan Mintz — (University of Maryland) — “Judaism and Autobiography”
1988- Dr. Isaac Herschkopf — (psychiatrist) — “Sigmund Freud and His Judaism”
1989- Professor Elliott Horowitz — (Princeton University) — “17th Century North African Jewish communities”
1990- Professor David Stern — (University of Pennsylvania) — “The Medieval Jewish Narrative”
1991- Professor Jonathan Bush — (Princeton University) — “The Jew in Medieval English Law”
1992- Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm — (Chancellor, Yeshiva University) — “The Future of Creativity in Jewish Law and Thought”
1993- Dr. Manfred R Lehmann — “The Dead Sea scrolls and Jewish Tradition”
1993- Iva Berkowitz, Esq. “Thoughts on a Dear Friend”
1994- Rabbi Aaron Soloveichik — “Masshiach ben David and Masshiach Ben Yosef”
1995- Professor Sidney Z. Leiman — “The Architect of the Jewish Response to Modernity”
1996- Professor Cantor Joseph Malovany — (Yeshiva University) — “Jewish Melodies in Classical Music”
1997- Rabbi Erik Lehmann, “Hesped, Words of Eulogy for my Brother”
1997- Morton Klein, Zionist Organization of America- “In Honor of Manfred R. Lehmann”
1997- Professor Jonathan Bush — (Princeton University) — “The Nuremberg Trials”
1998- Eliot Lauer, Esq. — (attorney) — “Tzedek and Mishpat in the Civil and Jewish Law”
1999- Rabbi David Silber — (Drisha) — “The Wise Women of the Bible”
2000- Dr. Steven Schleifer — (psychiatrist) — “The Mystical, the Magical and the Mind”
2001- Professor Marsha Rozenblitt — (University of Maryland) — “The Dilemma of Jewish Identity in a Multi-National State”
2002- Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hirsch Weinreb — (Executive Vice President, OU) — “Leadership in a Time of Crisis”
2003- Dr. Harvey Kranzler — (Albert Einstein Medical Center) — “The Healing Power of the Mourner’s Kaddish”
2004- Professor David Shatz — (Columbia University) — “Good and Evil and Rav Soloveichik”
2005- Toby Kahn — (artist) — “Art and Soul”
2006- Sharon Mintz — (curator) — “The Sultan, the Emperor and the Scribe”
2007- Judge Jack B. Weinstein –(Sr. US District Judge, EDNY) “Does Religion Have A Role in Criminal Sentencing?”
2008- Professor Jenna Weissman Joselit — (Princeton University) — “Moses: Man of the People”
2009- Professor Joseph Stern — (University of Chicago) — “The Unbinding of Isaac: Maimonides on the Aqedah”
2010- Professor Jerome Chanes – (Brandeis University) “Eisav Sonei et Yaakov- What is New about the New anti-Semitism?”
2010- Rabbi Erik Lehmann, “Thoughts in memory of a Beloved Brother and Nephew”
2011- Benjamin B. Lopata, Esq. “Are We There Yet? The Prayer for the State of Israel: Origins and Future”
2012- Professor Jonathan D.Sarna ( Brandeis University) "Is it Good for the Jews?" The Origins of Jews in American Politics
2013- Rabbi David Fohrman, (Aleph Beta Academy) 10 Commandments in Three Dimensions: You're not in Kansas Anymore

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