Flight, Return, and Emigration: The Wanderings of a Yiddish Writer During and After the Holocaust
July 12, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
FLIGHT, RETURN, AND EMIGRATION: THE WANDERINGS OF A YIDDISH WRITER DURING AND AFTER THE HOLOCAUST
Part of our summer learning series, “A Wandering People: Jewish Journeys, Real and Imagined”
July 12, 2021, 2:00–3:30 p.m. ET
With Dr. David Fishman. Please check back for additional session information.
If you have previously registered for another session in this series, your registration admits you to all sessions in the series, and you may attend as many as you’d like.
ABOUT THE SERIES
As the pandemic surged and forced us into our homes, many of us dreamed with new intensity of being elsewhere. For Jews throughout the ages, the promises and perils of travel have been central to shaping the individual and collective experience. Notions of home and homeland have been redefined by Jewish wandering. Drawing on literary, spiritual, and historical sources and responses, JTS scholars will explore what happens when Jews—whether by force or voluntarily, whether in reality or in the imagination—travel from one place to another. View all sessions in the series
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