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Jerome S. Cardin Memorial Lecture

Jerome S. Cardin Memorial Lecture - Celebrating 28 Years

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Since the inception of the Jerome S. Cardin Memorial Lecture 28 years ago, Loyola has been host to a variety of engaging speakers discussing topics that bring together the Jewish and Christian communities. This year marks the 25th Jerome S. Cardin Memorial Lecture at Loyola University Maryland. Here is a look back at the lectures that have enriched the educational experience for Loyola students and provided a forum for important discussion in our community…

Cardin Group Photo

A photo from the luncheon announcing the Jerome S. Cardin Chair in the Humanities and the Jerome S. Cardin Lecture. Foreground: Jacob L. Cardin; Left to right: Jacob's wife, Mrs. Florence J. Cardin; Jacob's son, Jerome S. Cardin '45; Joseph A. Sellinger, S.J.; Jerome's wife, Mrs. Shoshana Cardin; and George W. McManus, Esq. '43.

Cardin 1995

Rev. Harold Ridley, S.J.; Mrs. Shoshana Cardin, and His Eminence William Cardinal Keeler, the 1995 Cardin lecturer.

From Rabbi to Nazi 

 From Rabbi to Nazi: The Vicissitudes of Jesus in Modern Theology

by Susannah Heschel
2013

 Cardin Lecture brochure from 2012

The Art of Dialogue: Jewish – Christian Relations in a Post-Shoah World

by Karen Baldner and Björn Krondorfer
2012

Cardin 2011

Jerusalem, Jerusalem: Jewish-Christian Bonds—and Bondage—in the Holy City

by James Carroll
2011 

Cardin 2010

The Hidden Law in Bernard Malamud

by Philip Davis
2010

Cardin 2009

Judaism and Christianity: A Category Mistake?

by Steve Mason
2009

Cardin 2007

A Light for the Gentiles

by Thomas Sheehan
2007

Cardin 2006

Addressing Different Audiences: Hannah Arendt's Writing Between Germany and the United States

by Barbara Hahn
2006

Cardin 2005

The Beginning of Wisdom: Reading Genesis

by Leon R. Kass
2005

Cardin 2004

Melville, Faulkner and the Biblical Strand of American Prose

by Robert Alter
2004

Cardin 2003

Jewish Art/Christian Art? Symbiosis and Otherness

by Vivian B. Mann
2003

Cardin 2002

Anger and Indifference - The Doubtful Future of the Catholic-Jewish Dialogue

by Peter Steinfels
2002

Cardin 2001

The One God, Trinity, and the Jews

by Peter Ochs
2001

Cardin 2000

Roman Perspectives on Jews and Judaism

by Erich S. Gruen
2000

Cardin 1999

Re-visioning the Self: The Golden Calf

by Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg
1999

Cardin 1998 

Unique Problems of the Holocaust

by Dr. Harry James Cargas
1998

 Cardin 1997

Portia's Portrait: Representation As Exchange in The Merchant of Venice

by Marc Shell
1997

 Cardin 1996

A Lesson in Aesthetics, Politics and Feeling

by Mark Rosenthal
1996

The New Moment in Catholic-Jewish Relations

by His Eminence William Cardinal Keeler
1995

Blacks, Christians, and Jews

by Dr. Cornel West
1993

Martin Luther King, Jr., Rabbi Heschel, and the Prophetic Roots of Democracy

by Mr. Taylor Branch
1993

Beyond Nietzsche: The Modern Concern for Victims

by Professor Rene Girard
1992

Reading the Book: The Modern Concern of Victims

by Rabbi Burton Visotsky
1991

The Recovery of the Jewish Heritage

by Merold Westphal
1990

Defining Religious Identity: Christians and Jews in Seventh Century Byzantium

by Judith Herrin
1989

The Challenge of the Church and Its Relationship to the Jewish People

by Paul Van Buren
1988

Biblical Narrative: The Truth of History and The Truth of Fiction

by Robert Alter
1987

An Evening with Chaim Potok

Chaim Potok
1986