When:
September 23, 2018 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am

The year 2004 marked the 350th anniversary of the organized Jewish community in what would become the United States of America that began with the arrival of 23 refugees from Pernambuco, Brazil to New Amsterdam/New York. The course will chart the evolution of the Jews in America from the Colonial Era to the 21st century, breaking the chronology into 6 distinct periods. Subsequently we will explore a series of themes such as efforts to achieve civic equality and Jewish participation in American politics and the military, the history of immigration and ghetto life from the 19th century up to the latest waves of immigration from the former Soviet Union and Israel, American Jewish demographic trends, and the history of Judaism in American and the specific paths of Reform, Conservative, Reconstructionist, and Orthodox Judaism.

Repeats:
Weekly on Sunday until May 19, 2019
Excluding: October 7, 2018, November 4, 2018, November 25, 2018, November 18, 2018, December 23, 2018, December 30, 2018, February 17, 2019, April 21, 2019, April 14, 2019, May 12, 2019, January 6, 2019
Cost:
Members $18, non-Members $36
Contact:
Andrew SteinE-mail