Author and Vanderbilt professor Allison Schachter discusses what happens when women's voices are introduced to literary conversations about modernity. Lunch included. Part of Gender and Judaism series at Stanford. Presented by Taube Center for Jewish Studies. Registration required.
Dutch author Roxane van Iperen discusses her book, the true story of two Jewish sisters who headed a safehouse near Amsterdam during World War II and whose story intertwined with Anne Frank at one point. An Under One Tent event co-sponsored by Jewish Book Council. Registration required.
In the Spring 2022 Pell Lecture, Jeffrey Veidlinger, Judaic studies professor at U. of Michigan, discusses how pogroms in the midst of civilized Europe created conditions for the Holocaust. Presented by UC Berkeley Center for Jewish Studies. Attend via Zoom or at the Magnes. Registration required.
Peninsula JCC presents a conversation with Jewish educator Tamar Zaken on the meaning, traditions and contemporary role of the Maghrebi post-Passover celebration. Registration required.