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23.10.2017 (28 Days Ago)
United States, New York
Title From Brooklyn to Beirut and More
Place nameCenter for Jewish History
Date start22.10.2017 10:13 (29 Days Ago)
Date end22.12.2017 10:13 (In 32 Days)
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Upcoming Programs

at the CENTER

Thursday, November 9, 7 pm
From Brooklyn to Beirut
Film Premiere & Discussion

From Brooklyn to Beirut

While the history of the Lebanese Jews dates back to 1,000 BCE, following the creation of the state of Israel and the onset of the Israeli-Arab Wars, Lebanese Jews began to emigrate and settle abroad in countries such as France, Israel, Brazil, and the United States. In their new homes, Lebanese Jews have formed vibrant communities where Lebanese traditions and values are maintained; Arabic language, music, and cinema are used and celebrated; and memories of Lebanon are constantly recalled and shared.

In From Brooklyn to Beirut, Rola Khayyat explores the landscape of belonging for the community of Lebanese Jews in New York – along with the fragilities and complexities associated with a politicized identity.

Presented by American Jewish Historical Society > $10 general admission; $5 AJHS membersseniors, students; $12 at the door

Click here to reserve your tickets.

Next Week at the Center

Arch of Titus
Monday, October 16, 6:30 pm
The Arch of Titus - from Jerusalem to Rome, and Back

Presented by Yeshiva University Museum & YU Center for Israel Studies
Curator's Talk
Click here for more information

Germans and Jews
Tuesday, October 17, 6:30 pm
Germans and Jews - Jewish Life in Contemporary Germany and the Legacy of the Holocaust
Presented by Leo Baeck Institute
Film Screening & Discussion
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Jewish New York
Tuesday, October 17, 7 pm
Jewish New York, 1917

Presented by American Jewish Historical Society
Book Talk & Launch
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Shimon Engel
Wednesday, October 18, 3  pm
Mystic, Teacher, Troublemaker: Shimon Engel and the Challenges of Hasidic Yeshiva Education in Interwar Poland
Presented by YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
Lecture
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Germans, Jews & Sex
Wednesday, October 18, 6:30 pm
Germans, Jews and Sex
Presented by Leo Baeck Institute
Panel Discussion
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CPL
Wednesday, October 18, 6:30 pm
A Tale of Two Cities: Rome and Jerusalem

Presented by Centro Primo Levi
Lecture
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Moses Mendelssohn
Thursday, October 19, 6:30 pm
Why Moses Mendelssohn Matters
Presented by Leo Baeck Institute
Panel Discussion
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CPL
Thursday, October 19, 6:30 pm
Luigi Magni, In the Name of the Pope King

Presented by Centro Primo Levi
Film
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Rescuing Endangered Jews
Thursday, October 19, 7:15 pm
Rescuing Endangered Jews: The Unit for Aliyah, Absorption and Special Operations
Presented by American Sephardi Federation & Jewish Agency for Israel
Lecture
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Labor Bund
Sunday, October 22, 1 pm
100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Jewish Labor Bund
Presented by YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
Celebration
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CPL
Sunday, October 22, 6:30 pm
Frivolous, Ironic and Erotic Like the Bible: The Poetry of Immanuel of Rome
Presented by Centro Primo Levi
Discussion
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CJH Recommends

December 23 - 28
Yiddish New York
The nation’s largest workshop/festival of Yiddish culture is returning December 23-28, 2017 to the 14th St Y in Manhattan. A six-day gathering of klezmer music, Yiddish culture, song & folk dance, theater, lectures, language, workshops, performances, visual arts, films, foods. Affordable programs for adults, kids and teens! To receive a 10% discount, enter the code “YNY10” when registering online.

Visit yiddishnewyork.com for more information.

PLEASE NOTE: Our programs often sell out.
We strongly recommend reserving tickets in advance.


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