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Library Colloquia Series -- Culture Shaped by History: The Jewish Communityu of Janina, Greece, November 7

Library Colloquia Series - Fall 2013

Free and open to the public.

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Culture Shaped by History: The Jewish Community of Janina, Greece

Thursday, November 7
7:00 pm
MSU Main Library, Room W449

The Ada Finifter Memorial Lecture

This presentation explores the cultural expressions of the Jewish community of Janina in northwestern Greece. Dr. Annette B. Fromm will show how living in a plural society shaped a unique Jewish community.

Presented by Annette B. Fromm, Assistant Professor/Museum Studies Coordinator, Florida International University, The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum
Cosponsored by the MSU Jewish Studies Program, Michigan State University Museum, MSU Museum Studies Program and the Michigan Traditional Arts Program
In conjunction with Romaniote Jewry exhibit on loan from Kehila Kedosha Janina Museum (New York), MSU Main Library, 4W, September- November 2013.

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