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"Make it New": New Possibilities for Classical Jewish Texts in Scholarship and Culture
Wednesday, April 26, 2017

I. New Connections: The Talmud and the Contemporary Humanities - a WorkshopLocation: The Yellow Room in the Campus Center (1:15-4:45pm)Featuring leading scholars of Jewish studies in dialogue with Bard students and faculty.II. "Make it New": Classical Jewish Texts and Artistic ImaginationLocation: RKC 103 (4:45-6:15pm)Nicole Krass: Novelist, author of The History of Love (2005) and Great House (2010)Adam Kirsh: Poet and criticGalit-Hasan-Rokem: Scholar, poet, and translator.III. Jewish Studies and the Liberal Arts: Institutional PossibilitiesLocation: RKC 103 (6:30-7:30pm)Featuring President Leon Botstein, Bruce Chilton, and Alan Avery-Peck.

Time: 1:15 pm – 7:30 pm
Location: Yellow Room in the campus center and RKC 103
Sponsor: Anthropology Program; Bard Theater Program; Hebrew and Theater program with the generous support of the World Union of Jewish Studies; Historical Studies Program; Jewish Studies Program; Literature Program; Religion Program; Written Arts Program
Contact: Shai Secunda.
E-mail: ssecunda@bard.edu
Phone: 845-758-6822

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