What You'll Get
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It's not every day you get to hear great works read straight from the mouths of their authors. For Washington DCJCC's Words & Ideas series, you can hear from accomplished authors, plus get the chance to express your own words and ideas during a poetry workshop. Sit with Sigal Samuel, award-winning fiction writer, journalist, essayist, playwright and currently opinion editor at the Forward, as she shares her debut novel, The Mystics of Mile End. And poet and professor Judith Harris will read from her poetry collections Atonement, the Pulitzer-nominated The Bad Secret and Night Garden. Washington DCJCC's Words & Ideas offers the chance to hear from writers about their lives and works, as well as to think deeply about arts and ideas, authors and stories, and timely topics.
July 19, 2016: Michael Barnett, The Star and the Stripes
How do American Jews envision their role in the world? Are they tribal—a people whose obligations extend solely to their own? Or are they prophetic—a light unto nations, working to repair the world? Rooted in the understanding of how history shapes a political community’s sense of the world, The Star and the Stripes is a bold reading of the past, present, and possible future foreign policies of American Jews.
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