Jessica Cooperman, the CJH-Fordham Fellow in Jewish-Christian Studies, will discuss her research project, examining some of the ways American Jews and Christians have reimagined their engagement with the Passover Seder, both together and separately, and the ways that the Seder has been redefined and reinterpreted as a Christian ritual.|
Rarely do we have an opportunity to study recent American history through the lens of religious-political encounters this is a wonderful chance to learn about a topic that provides insight into the history of the mid to late 20th century. And its right on time for Passover and Easter!
Presented by Center for Jewish History
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