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Shalom Y’all: Jewish History & Identity in the American South

Hosted By: Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning

This three-part class introduces students to the deep roots and regional features of Southern Jewish life, with a focus on the two communities that we will travel to in November: Savannah and Charleston.

Our learning adventure will start in the classroom, where we all take a deep dive into three key areas of Southern Jewish life: settlement, Civil War and Civil Rights. We invite you to continue the journey on the cobblestone streets of Charleston and Savannah from November 14-18, 2022. Learn more here.

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Dr. Joellyn Zollman

Dr. Joellyn Zollman holds a Ph.D. in Jewish history from Brandeis University and her topic incorporates two of her areas of specialization, Jewish art and Jewish history. Dr. Zollman has worked with the Jewish material culture collections at the Smithsonian Institution, Skirball Museum, and American Jewish Historical Society. She has taught classes on Jewish history, American religion, and religious art and architecture at San Diego State University, UCSD, and the San Diego Center for Jewish Culture.
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Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning

Melton is a pluralistic Jewish educational network that engages adult learners in accessible study of Jewish texts and ideas.
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