Organized by the Academic Council of the American Jewish Historical Society, the 2010 Scholars Conference will examine the notion of American Jewish "exceptionalism," or uniqueness that has shaped conceptions of American Jewish history from its beginning. More than 40 papers will be given by a range of prominent academics from around the U.S., Canada, and Israel.
Registration fee includes two receptions, a box lunch, all conference sessions, Lee Max Friedman Award Medal ceremony, and the Harry Elson Memorial Keynote Address by Dr. David Sorkin. Special tours of Jewish Harlem and the new installation at the Tenement Museum are available. Discounted hotel rooms are available.
For information, and to register, visit www.ajhs.org today!
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