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Remembering the 93: Sexual Violence, Ultra-Orthodox Memory, Performance

Presented by Jackman Humanities Institute at Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, Toronto ON

Oct 04 2023
Remembering the 93: Sexual Violence, Ultra-Orthodox Memory, Performance

Beis Yaakov students perform in a play called "Joseph and His Brothers." United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Photo Archives #49593. Courtesy of Esther Wagner. Copyright of United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

U of T Professor Naomi Seidman talks about Bais Yaakov holocaust memory and performance culture. She’ll be joined by musicians who will perform after her lecture.

Join us for this year's Annual Jackman Lecture in the Humanities. This event is free and open to the public. The Annual Jackman Lecture in the Humanities was inaugurated in 2022-23 on the fifteenth anniversary of the founding of the Jackman Humanities Institute as a way to express our lasting gratitude for the support of the Honourable Henry N.R. Jackman for research in the humanities. This annual lecture features a leading humanist at the University of Toronto.

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  • Oct 4, 2023 at 05:00 pm - 07:00 pm (Wed)
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