JewDUB Talks Premiere!
One room. Four talks. Endless possibilities.
Experience Jewish Studies in a dynamic new format: short talks offering quick windows onto fascinating topics. Inspired by the style of TED talks, these pocket-sized public lectures will open up new avenues of discovery.
Date: Thursday, November 8th, 7:00 pm
Location: UW Tower Auditorium
Cost: Free! Reception will follow.
RSVP / Registration: jewdubtalks.eventbrite.com
The first-ever JewDUB Talks will feature four of our terrific faculty members. Here’s who is on tap:
- Prof. Devin Naar – “In Search of Uncle Salomon”
- Prof. Sarah Stroup – “The Myth of Tradition”
- Prof. Shalom Sabar – “Where do our rituals come from?”
- Prof. Barbara Henry – “So why Yiddish?”
Come out on November 8th and hear what everyone’s talking about.
JewDUB Talks is made possible in part by a generous grant from the Special Initiatives Fund of the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle.
For continuing coverage of the Stroum Jewish Studies Program’s public programming, check out JewDub.org!