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The Jewish American and Holocaust Literature Conference

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Add to Calendar 2019-11-13 08:30:00 2019-11-13 08:30:00 The Jewish American and Holocaust Literature Conference Our Silver Anniversary Symposium celebrates 25 shared years of intellectual inquiry within the scope of Jewish American and Holocaust literatures. Join us as we continue those shared pursuits Sunday night, all day Monday and Tuesday, and Wednesday through lunch at roundtables, panels, readings,films, an exhibit, music and more. Gallery The Betsy [email protected] America/New_York public
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8:30AM- 12:35PM
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Gallery
Our Silver Anniversary Symposium celebrates 25 shared years of intellectual inquiry within the scope of Jewish American and Holocaust literatures. Join
us as we continue those shared pursuits Sunday night, all day Monday and Tuesday, and Wednesday through lunch at roundtables, panels, readings,films, an exhibit, music and more.

Event Details

Our Silver Anniversary Symposium celebrates 25 shared years of intellectual inquiry within the scope of Jewish American and Holocaust literatures. Join us as we continue those shared pursuits Sunday night, all day Monday and Tuesday, and Wednesday through lunch at roundtables, panels, readings, films, an exhibit, music and more.

@ 8:30 to 9:30 Power Breakfast with Alice Hoffman and Ayelet Gundar Goshen in conversation

@ 11:35-12:35 Film Screening and Discussion: A Night at the Garden 

A Night at The Garden is a 2017 short documentary film about a 1939 Nazi rally that filled Madison Square Garden in New York City. The film was directed by Marshall Curry and was produced by Laura Poitras and Charlotte Cook. 

Presentation on Global Antisemitism, featuring 

Dr. Charles Small: “Decoding Global Antisemitism: Contemporary Tools

Dr. Charles Asher Small is the founder and director of the Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy an international interdisciplinary research center dedicated to studying antisemitism with a contemporary focus. 

Dr. Margarete Feinstein, Respondent

Dr. Margarete Feinstein is a professor at Loyola Marymount University Los Angeles

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