Van Gogh’s Japanese Idyll

Written on:June 25, 2018
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Click Here to Read: Van Gogh’s Japanese Idyll: Through willful imitation of Japanese art, van Gogh became the van Gogh we know, perhaps the world’s most famous painter by Tim Keane on the HyperAllergic website on June 22, 2018.

Self-Portrait with Grey Felt Hat.   Painting by Vincent van Gogh, 1887. Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons
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Jasper Johns’ Life and Work

Dropped on:June 24, 2018
Jasper Johns’ Life and Work

Click Here to Read: Jasper Johns’ Life and Work: A Conversation Between John Yau, Martha Wilson, and William Villalongo: Who gets remembered and how? by Cora Fisher on the HyperAllergic website on June 22, 2018.
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Video on Yiddish Language in Portuguese

Dropped on:June 23, 2018
Video on Yiddish Language in Portuguese

Click Here to Read:  TV PUC-RIO: Ídiche, resgate de um idioma quase extinto. Video on Yiddish Language in Portuguese on You Tube.

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Room 6.18 eZine

Dropped on:June 23, 2018
Room 6.18 eZine

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My Funny Levantines

Dropped on:June 23, 2018
My Funny Levantines

Click Here to Read:  My Funny Levantines: Two new novels offer angles of vision into Jewish experience in the (pre- or non-Israeli) parts of the modern Middle East by Michael Weingrad on the Mosaic Website on June 21, 2018.

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Was Alexander Hamilton Jewish?

Dropped on:June 23, 2018
Was Alexander Hamilton Jewish?

Click Here to Read:  Was Alexander Hamilton Jewish? by Arielle Gordon on the Moment website on June 15, 2018.
Alexander Hamilton by John Trumbull 1832. Yale University Art Gallery. Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

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Children and the Immigration Crisis

Dropped on:June 23, 2018
Children and the Immigration Crisis

Click Here to Read and View:  Ariel Dorfman: I was not in a cage, but was scarred for life By Ariel Dorfman on the CNN Website on June 22, 2018. Click Here to Read: US officials likely lost track of nearly 6,000 unaccompanied migrant children By Franco Ordonez and Anita Kumar on the MSN website […]

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The Newsletter of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis

Dropped on:June 21, 2018
The Newsletter of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis

Click Here to Read:  The Newsletter of the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis.

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The Separation Trauma of ‘Zero Tolerance’

Dropped on:June 21, 2018
The Separation Trauma of ‘Zero Tolerance’

Click Here to Listen to: The Separation Trauma of ‘Zero Tolerance’ with Dana Sinopoli, and Stephen Soldz on The Brian Lehrer Show on June 18, 2018.

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IPBooks Independent Press Ads in the June 28th Issue

Dropped on:June 21, 2018
IPBooks Independent Press Ads in the June 28th Issue

Click Here to Read:  Independent Press Ads in the New York Review of Books in the June 28th, 2018 Issue.

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