Virtual Lecture Series: History of the Jews in New York City

Monday, Jan 25, 2021 at 7:00pm


This series of four talks, given by Dr. Thorin Tritter, HMTC’s Museum and Programming Director, will focus on the history of Jews in New York City. Jews have made New York their home for more than 350 years. Hardly a monolithic group, however, no singular experience captures the way Jews have fit into the melting pot of the Big Apple. In some periods, they were welcomed, in others they were feared, but throughout, Jewish residents have not only been shaped by New York, but have changed the city’s character around them. Think of bagels, babka, the Lower East Side, and Jerry Seinfeld. No other city is as linked to Jewish culture and the Jewish community as New York.

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