"'O beastly Jews': Jewish Responses to that Venerable Tradition"

ERI Building, Room G51
Arts and Law, Research, Students, Teaching
Monday 10th June 2013 (17:00-18:00)
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Charlotte Hempel at c.hempel@bham.ac.uk
Isabel Wollaston i.l.wollaston@bham.ac.uk

Hosted under the Auspices of the Department of Theology and Religion Project:
Jewish Heritage and Culture: Birmingham Perspectives

'O beastly Jews': Jewish Responses to that Venerable Tradition

will be delivered by Professor Jay Geller,
Associate Professor of Modern Jewish Culture
Vanderbilt Divinity School and the Vanderbilt University Jewish Studies Program, Nashville, Tennessee.

Jay Geller is leading scholar on Freud’s Jewish identity, and on the relationship between antisemitism and modern European identity formation. The lecture draws on his current research project: Pictures at an Exhibition: (Un)Natural Histories of the Jews.

Everyone welcome!