Down Home: Jewish Life in North Carolina
Jews have been integral to North Carolina’s emergence as a progressive New South society. This richly textured documentary consists of oral histories, interviews with noted historians, rarely seen photographs and engaging re-enactments – that bring to life over 300 years of Jewish North Carolina history. This documentary consists of first-person video histories, interviews with noted historians, rarely seen archival photographs and engaging re-enactments – that bring to life over 400 years of history.
The screening is kindly supported by the Jewish Heritage Foundation of North Carolina, the Muhlenberg Center for American Studies, and the Department of British and American Studies of Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg.
Ort: Steintor Campus der Martin-Luther-Universität, Emil-Abderhalden-Straße 26-27, 06108 Halle (Saale), Seminarraum 7
Zeit: 18.00 Uhr
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