Joy and Conversation

by Daniel Osborn

Joy and Conversation is a podcast about Jewish history and culture. It is propelled by curiosity and a passion for teaching and learning. Eclectic but accessible, it is like looking into a kaleidoscope and seeing the vibrant colors, complex shapes, and rich dimensions of Jewish life and identity--but for your ears. It illuminates Jewish diversity by focusing on under-told stories. It emphasizes vitality and dynamism by showcasi... Read more
Education
History
Judaism

Podcast episodes

  • E06 - The Etchings Are Still There

    E06 - The Etchings Are Still There

    In this episode, we speak with musician Ronnie Malley about music, collaboration with Jewish artists, perspectives on global citizenship, and Palestinian identity. Ronnie shares his thoughts on being Palestinian in America, his co...

    Jun 06 2021
    Jun 06 2021
    33:41
  • E05 - Min 'Ana, Dun Manfaa/ Who Am I, Without Exile?

    E05 - Min 'Ana, Dun Manfaa/ Who Am I, Without Exile?

    In this episode, we speak with Faisal Saleh about Palestine Museum US, a museum in Connecticut which is dedicated to promoting the arts and cultures of Palestinians from around the world for an a space for all to experience and en...

    May 30 2021
    May 30 2021
    28:39
  • E04 - One Hill, Two Visions

    E04 - One Hill, Two Visions

    In this episode, we speak with Nizar Farsakh about Palestinian identity, life in the West Bank and in diaspora, and the possibilities and struggles of dialogue across political borders.Learn more at www.joyandconversationpodcast.c...

    May 26 2021
    May 26 2021
    33:14
  • E03 - Moishe's Queer and Wild Rumpus

    E03 - Moishe's Queer and Wild Rumpus

    In this episode, we speak with Golan Moskowitz, Assistant Professor in the Department of Jewish Studies at Tulane University, about Maurice Sendak. Golan discusses Sendak, the beloved author and illustrator of picture books, with ...

    May 09 2021
    May 09 2021
    45:54
  • E02 - Guardianas de la Memoria/Keepers of Memory

    E02 - Guardianas de la Memoria/Keepers of Memory

    In this episode, we speak with Ruth Behar, poet, children's author, and Professor of Anthropology at the University of Michigan, about the history of the Jews of Cuba. Ruth weaves personal stories of her Ashkenazi and Sephardic fa...

    Apr 25 2021
    Apr 25 2021
    47:30