LimmudFest Nola 2023
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LimmudFest is back in person for a weekend of celebrating, learning, and doing Jewish.

LimmudFest New Orleans is a weekend festival of Jewish learning, arts, culture and spirituality featuring 70+ sessions from local, regional and national presenters. It is part of a global movement inspired by the idea that when Jews from diverse backgrounds come together to celebrate and learn about everything and anything Jewish, the entire community is enriched.

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Sunday, March 19 • TBA
The Israeli "Second-Generation" in Literature and Film

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In this session, we will explore how children of Holocaust survivors in Israel relate in different ways to Holocaust memory. We will view some clips from the film Aviya's Summer (1988), a short prose piece by the second-generation Israeli writer Leah Aini and will discuss a short story called "Shoes" by the second-generation Israeli writer Etgar Keret.

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Golan Moskowitz

Golan Moskowitz is an assistant professor of Jewish Studies at Tulane University

Sunday March 19, 2023 TBA
Jewish Community Center
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