22 | Oct
2017
22 | Oct
2017

the arch of titus and the rome lab

Frivolous, Ironic and Erotic Like the Bible: The Poetry of Immanuel da Roma

Ann Brener, Library of Congress, Isabelle Levy, Columbia University. Did Yosef Caro really ban from Jewish life Immanuel Romano’s poetry?

Together with Yeshiva University Museum’s exhibition The Arch of Titus – from Jerusalem to Rome, and Back, Centro Primo Levi and the Jewish Museum of Rome present the Rome Lab, a learning space dedicated to Roman Jews, to the formative centuries of Western Judaism and the 22-centuries-long relationship between Rome and Jerusalem.

Through January 2018, the general public, students, and scholars are welcome to join and participate in the conversation. Additional info at www.primolevicenter.org.

Presented by: Yeshiva University Museum, NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò, Università di Roma La Sapienza, Italian Cultural Institute, ENIT Italian Tourism Board, Foundation for Jewish Cultural Heritage in Italy, American Sephardi Federation & Center for Jewish History.

the arch of titus and the rome lab