In Search of Jewish Identity: Jewish Identity & Assimilation
A salon-style series exploring some of the major themes and trends of Jewish Identity and assimilation in history and modern days.
Five lectures by noted scholar Alan Rauch, professor of English at UNCC will explore the various interpretations and expressions of Jewish Identity in America.
January 16: New Countries for Old Jews: Emigrating, Adapting, and Assimilating
January 23: Can I say Schm-ck on Television?
January 30: Der Jude and a Pound of Flesh: Marked and Rejected
February 6: Include me Out: Did Spartacus speak Yiddish?
February 13: Jew Yesterday, Jew Tomorrow, but Never Jew Today: Who are We Now?
All lectures are from 5:30 - 7:00 pm and held at the Levine Sklut Judaic Library at the Center for Jewish Education. This Salon series is free and open to the public, however registration is required. CLICK HERE TO RSVP or for more information contact Tair.Giudice@Jewishcharlotte.org