What makes a space “Jewish”? While Jews have historically been considered a rootless, diasporic people, they’ve long used inventive methods to form communities and create a sense of home and belonging.
From antiquity through medieval and modern societies, we’ll explore how a unique spatial imagination has informed Jewish cultural practice.
with Barbara Mann, Professor of cultural studies and modern Hebrew literature at the Jewish Theological Seminary
Friday, January 21, 2022
Following the 6:00pm Shabbat Service
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