The Feinstein Center for American Jewish History at Temple University presents:
THE ART OF BEING JEWISH IN THE CITY
Thursday, March 15, Rosen Hillel Center, Temple University
A day-long symposium exploring arts-led urban development and the role that Jews play in envisioning new forms of urban life.
Speakers include: Alan Greenberger (Deputy Mayor for Economic Development and Director of Commerce, City of Philadelphia); Jeremy Nowak (President, William Penn Foundation);Sharon Zukin (Professor of Sociology, Brooklyn College and City University Graduate Center); Julia Foulkes (Associate Professor of History, The New School); Dan Friedman (the arts and culture editor of the Forward); curators at Jewish museums across the country; and Mark Oppenheimer (author of the New York Times' Beliefs column).
Free and open to the public.
For a full program and to register, visit: http://www.temple.edu/feinsteinctr/symposium/index.html
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