2013 University Lecture Series
Wednesdays, April 10, 17 and 24
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Jews, Greeks, and Romans in the Ancient World: From Marginalization to Multiculturalism
Professor Sarah Culpepper Stroup
Contrary to popular belief, Jews in the ancient Mediterranean world often led not only a peaceful co-existence with their Greek and Roman neighbors, but also a rich, multicultural life. These lectures will explore a more subtle investigation into the cultural, intellectual, literary, and artistic interactions of these ancient populations reveals a fascinatingly complex—and predominately peaceful—state of affairs.
April 10: The Jews and the Greeks: Interactions, Confluences, and Interpretations (Or: Why Is the Seder like a Greek Symposium?)”
April 17: Jews in the Roman World: Life, Death, Trust, and Betrayal (Or: Why Were Caesar and the Rabbi Friends?)
April 24: Tel Dor: a Case Study for Ancient Multiculturalism (or: How Did They Greet Alexander?)
Cost: $35 for the series, $15 per lecture or $70 to become a patron.
Students: Free with valid ID
Become a Patron Sponsor!
By being a Patron sponsor you ensure Temple Beth Am’s ability to host distinguished and honored experts for this annual learning series, while keeping the ticket costs affordable for everyone. Patron sponsorship is $70 and includes tickets to all lectures, attendance at an intimate reception with the Professor Stroup prior to the final lecture and acknowledgement of your sponsorship in the lecture program.
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