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On November 11 – 13, join curators, art historians, folklorists, anthropologists, religious scholars, philosophers, cultural critics, private collectors, and community leaders for “Wandering Objects: Collecting and Interpreting Jewish Things,” an international symposium probing the changing meanings of Jewish ritual objects and material culture today through their display and interpretation in museums, and as instruments of inquiry and education.

This event is organized, in part, by Folklore professor Dr. Gabrielle Berlinger, and co-hosted by the North Carolina Museum of Art and the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Learn more about the symposium program schedule here and register for specific events here. 

Update: October 17, 2018: This event is currently sold out, but please check back next week as we might have the opportunity to increase the registration list.

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