I regularly speak on panels as well as lecture. My subjects relate to my scholarship: on New York City Jews, on religious change among American Jews, on the Jewish experience in the American military during World War II, on Jewish photographers. Here is a small sampling of recorded lectures and panels available on youtube.

Community, Identity and the Jewish Museum in Postwar New York

Part of University of Michigan Museum Studies Program Jeffrey Abt, Associate Professor, Art and Art History, Wayne State University Deborah Dash Moore, Frederick G. L. Huetwell Professor of History & Director, Jean and Samuel Frankel Center for Judaic Studies, UM Nov 20 2011 – 9:00am 

Historians Deborah Dash Moore (U. of Michigan) and Jeffrey Gurock (Yeshiva U.) discuss the history of New York City and of the Jews of New York chronicled in their book Jewish New York: The Remarkable Story of A City and A People. With Mark S. Golub on L’Chayim

Interreligious Dialogue: Muslims and Jews

Interview as part of a conference held at the Jewish Theological Seminary on Muslims and Jews

Podcast with B’nai B’rith on the publication of Confronting Modernity, 1750-1880, Volume 6, The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization edited by Elisheva Carlebach.

In the inaugural Herman Lodinger Memorial Lecture, Dr. Deborah Dash Moore, a Frederick G.L. Huetwell Professor of History and Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan, joins us tonight to discuss the Jewish Soldier in World War II. Professor Moore’s presentation is based on her award-winning book, GI Jews: How World War II Changed a Generation. Using memoirs, oral histories and letters the author traces the lives of fifteen Jewish servicemen.