Can ideas about atonement, so central to Jewish ritual and thought, help us think about – and hopefully redress – historic wrongs? Suzanne Schneider, Deputy Director at the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, explores the tools and concepts within the Jewish textual tradition that might help us formulate a response to this critical social and political need, placing them in conversation with more contemporary thinkers including Primo Levi and Walter Benjamin.
This event is one in a three-part series for Museum Members only. Members who enroll in all three courses get a discount (enter code BUNDLE18 at checkout).
$36; $85 for all three courses
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