Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum teaches on Antisemitism
REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED FOR THIS EVENT Any questions, contact Jkatz@cbst.org
Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum teaches on Antisemitism on Tuesdays, Jan. 14, 21, 28, and Feb 4, 6:30-8 pm.
Antisemitism is on the rise in the United States and globally. There are accusations of antisemitism on the left and on the right. So many of us assume we understand what it is. Is the antisemitism of today the same as it was in Europe? What is the source of antisemitism? What is the relationship of antisemitism and white nationalism? What can we do about it? In this four-session class, we will explore the history and current expressions of antisemitism.
- February 4th Handout
- "New Yorker writer: Weakening of democratic institutions begets antisemitism" by Debra Nussbaum Cohen
- "Skin in the Game: How Antisemitism Animates White Nationalism” by Eric K. Ward
- “What Happened After the Liberation of Auschwitz” by Erin Blakemore.
- January 28 Handout
- Click here to access the Types of Antisemitism Class Handout 1-21-20
- Click here to access a Map detailing the Expulsion of the Jews (1100 - 1600)
- Click here to access Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum’s Bibliography and Resources on Antisemitism - January 2020. These materials will be referenced throughout the course.
- Click here to access the Course Outline which contains details on what will be covered each class.
- The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom held a hearing to discuss U.S. foreign policy and anti-Semitism. Click here to watch the hearing online at C-span.org
- "Remembering the Long Road to Auschwitz" an article by Steven Luckert, Ph.D., Senior Program Curator at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
4 sessions included in this course at $90 for CBST members, or $100 for non-members. Refunds cannot be processed after December 10, but enrollment can be transferred to another individual. Single session registration not available. Content for each session builds upon the previous one.
Questions? Contact Jesse at jKatz@cbst.org
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