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Atlanta Jewish History Talks (Winter 2021)

Atlanta Jewish History Talks (Winter 2021)

Discover something new in something old with The Breman Museum's Atlanta Jewish History Talks. Enjoy a series of six talks with Atlanta's foremost historians on major events that affected the tapestry of the city of Atlanta. Talks will cover topics such as the Rise of Rich's Department Store, Jewish political activism, and Atlanta's most infamous instances of anti-Semitism - the Leo Frank Case and the Emory Dental School Scandal. Tickets are available on a per class basis or as a series. Check for pricing and more information on each class below.

Discover even more with our Director of Archives, Jeremy Katz, new book Images of America: Atlanta's Jewish Community. Jeremy dives even deeper into the stories discussed in the series and more. Order your copy here today!

MEMBERS FREE CLICK HERE | NON-MEMBERS $10 PER CLASS OR $36 FOR THE SERIES
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Atlanta Jewish History Talks, Winter 2021 Series is Sponsored by Marilyn Ginsberg Eckstein
Cost: $10 per Talk | $36 for Series
When: Jan, 28, 2021 | 10:30 - 11:30
Where: Zoom Webinar  | Register Here
 
Cost: $10 per Talk | $36 for Series
When: Feb, 04, 2021 | 10:30 - 11:30
Where: Zoom Webinar  | Register Here
 
Cost: $10 per Talk | $36 for Series
When: Feb, 11, 2021 | 10:30 - 11:30
Where: Zoom Webinar  | Register Here
 
Cost: $10 per Talk | $36 for Series
When: Feb, 18, 2021 | 10:30 - 11:30
Where: Zoom Webinar  | Register Here
 

The Life of Jewish Politician: Morris Abram 

Cost: $10 per Talk | $36 for Series
When: Feb, 25, 2021 | 10:30 - 11:30
Where: Zoom Webinar  | Register Here
 
Cost: $10 per Talk | $36 for Series
When: Mar, 04, 2021 | 10:30 - 11:30
Where: Zoom Webinar  | Register Here
 

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  • February 25th, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

    Atlanta Jewish History Talks: The Life of Jewish Politician Morris Abram

    Join biographer David Lowe as he discusses the life and career of one of Atlanta’s most prominent and trailblazing Jewish politicians, Morris Abram. The class will be moderated by Dr. Catherine Lewis, Professor of History and Assistant Vice President of Museum, Archives, & Rare Books at Kennesaw State University.

  • March 4th, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

    Atlanta Jewish History Talks: Uncovering a history Antisemitism at Emory Dental School

    Join Dr. Perry Brickman, the foremost historian on the Emory Dental School Scandal, as he discusses one of the most infamous cases of Antisemitism in America and a pivotal moment in Atlanta’s Jewish history. The class will be moderated by Dr. Eric Goldstein, Judith London Evans Director, Tam Institute for Jewish Studies at Emory University.

Exhibitions

  • Atlanta Jewish History Talks : (Winter 2021)

    Discover something new in something old with The Breman Museums Atlanta Jewish History Talks. Enjoy a series of six talks with Atlanta's foremost historians on major events that affected the tapestry of Jewish Atlanta. Talks include the Rise of Rich's Department Store, Jewish political activism, and Atlanta's most infamous instances of Antisemetism - the Leo Frank Case and the Emory Dental School Scandal. Tickets are available on a per class basis or as a series. Check for pricing and more information on each class below.

  • A Jazz Memoir : Photography by Herb Snitzer

    In support of the Breman Museum’s mission to “Connect people to Jewish history, culture, and arts,” the newest exhibition, A Jazz Memoir: Photography by Herb Snitzer features photography documenting America’s jazz scene, focusing on the 1957–1964, of his over fifty-year career. For most of that time, Herb was the photography editor for Metronome, the primary magazine devoted to jazz. Images of Louis Armstrong, Nina Simone, Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, Count Basie and many others are showcased in the exhibit. Additional works reveal his desire to use photography to effect social change and his belief that “Injustice for one is injustice for all.” A Jazz Memoir also speaks to the links that connect Jews, jazz and the African American community.

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