15 | Oct
2017
15 | Oct
2017

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German-Jewish History in the Twenty-First Century

New York Times columnist Roger Cohen synthesizes the themes of LBI’s fall series into a broader narrative about the disruptions and discontents of modernity, the fragility of democracy, and the twin crises of conflict and migration.

Part of the series: German-Jewish History in the Now: The Contemporary Relevance of German-Jewish History

Made possible by Abraham Lowenthal, in memory of his parents, Rabbi Eric I. Lowenthal and Mrs. Suzanne S. Lowenthal. With additional support from Robert Rifkind and Elliot Sander.

Presented by: the Leo Baeck Institute

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