As If We Were: Memory and Jewish Identity
Hosted By: Shalom Hartman Institute
How does memory impact our personal, familial, and spiritual lives when it’s not actually ours? From imagining we were slaves in Egypt to understanding the Holocaust when we may not have been directly affected, memories are built on history both individual and collective, witnessed and narrated. In this session Yehuda Kurtzer will explore how memories shape our lives as Jews and as humans.
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