I cannot find this posted online, so instead of including a link in the Weekend Roundup, I am posting it here in full. A portion of a previous interview by Dr. Tsedeka is online here.
Samaritans, Samaritanism and the Samaritan Pentateuch: Reflections on Samaritan Manuscripts in YU Special Collections
Lecture by Benyamim Tsedeka, Director, A-B Center for Samaritan Studies, Holon, and a leader of the Samaritan Israelite Community in Israel
Thurs, November 17, 2011, Furst Hall 311, Wilf Campus, Washington Heights (184th and Amsterdam Avenue)
Celebrating the completion of his catalog of the YU collection of Samaritan manuscripts, which will be published early next year, Benyamim Tsedeka, Director, A-B Center for Samaritan Studies in Holon, Israel and a leader of the Samaritan Israelite Community will speak on the significance of the YU manuscripts for the modern history of the Samaritans and for the history of the Bible on Thursday, November 17 at 6:45 in Furst Hall 311 on our historic Washington Heights campus (184th and Amsterdam Avenue).
This project is sponsored by the YU Center for Israel Studies.
HT: Jack Sasson