TBE Shapero Lecture

Children of Jewish immigrants were the first to test the ability of American universities to respond to the claims of a diverse society. Professor Karla Goldman, the Sol Drachler Professor of Social Work and  Professor of Jewish Studies at the University of Michigan, will compare the experience of Jewish students at elite northeastern schools with Jews at UM and consider the accessibility of higher education to those who are currently deemed as “social outsiders.”

 

This program is Free and Open to the Public. Reservations are suggested. Please contact Temple Beth El, 248-865-0628 or by email

This program is presented to the community by the Rabbi Leo M. Franklin Archives at Temple Beth El. Sponsored by the Honorable Walter Shapero.

Temple Beth El
FREE and open to the public.
Reservations are preferred 248-865-0628 or email 

Location:

7400 Telegraph Rd.

Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301


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