Hanukkah & the Jewish Experience at UVA

Tuesday, November 30 - 3:00 PM


As the University of Virginia prepares to “Light the Lawn” and the Jewish community kindles its Hanukkah lights, join Lifetime Learning and a panel of UVA Jewish leaders to discuss Hanukkah, UVA’s Jewish Studies department, and Jewish life at the university today.

A panel of distinguished experts will speak to the current Jewish experience at UVA, the relationship between Jewish Studies and Jewish student life, and the Jewish Charlottesville community. The panel consists of the University of Virginia’s James Loeffler, the Jay Berkovitz Professor of Jewish History and the Ida and Nathan Kolodiz Director of the Jewish Studies Program; Rabbi Vanessa Ochs, Professor of Religious Studies and Jewish Studies; and Rabbi Jake Rubin, (Col ’02) Executive Director of the Brody Jewish Center (Hillel).

This #faculty #digitalevent is #open to all alumni, friends, and families.

This digital event requires registration. Please register here: https://engagement.virginia.edu/hanukkah-the-jewish-experience-at-uva-in-the-classroom-beyond-virtual-registration-208208125107 



Location

PO Box 400807
Charlottesville, VA 22903
Event Type
Religious

Organization

U.Va. Lifetime Learning

Date / Time

Tuesday, November 30, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM