“Creation: Genesis and Other Beginnings in Jewish History and Culture,” Chicago Center for Jewish Studies, February 15

Monday, February 15
The Chicago Center for Jewish Studies presents

Creation: Genesis and Other Beginnings in Jewish History and Culture

4:30 PM in Classics 110 (1010 E. 59th Street)

Three speaker from the University of Chicago and a reception afterward.

James Robinson (Divinity), The Creation of Hebrew Belles Lettres in Medieval ‘Provence’

Paul Mendes-Flohr  (Divinity), The Creation of Modern Jewish Studies

Jan Schwarz (Germanic Studies), Conjugal Fruit: A Shakespearean Sonnet in Yiddish

The Symposium is made possible through the Harriet and Ulrich Meyer Fund of the Chicago Center for Jewish Studies.

Please contact Daniel Hantman (hantmand@uchicago.edu | 773-702-7108) with questions or if you need special assistance. These event are free and open to the public. Persons with disabilities who need an accommodation in order to participate in this event should contact the event sponsor for assistance.

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