It's All Very Pretty But A Person Cannot Cry There
Jewish Community Center - Squirrel Hill
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Suburbanization and increasing affluence transformed American Jewish life in the years after World War II. Dr. Rachel Kranson will discuss how these factors changed the face of Jewish culture in the decades following the war.
Kranson, an assistant professor at the University Of Pittsburgh, specializes in modern Jewish history and gender studies.
The university's Jewish Studies Program organized the lecture as a part of the ongoing Squirrel Hill Project. The series features a variety of lectures and events that aim to explore the unique history of Squirrel Hill. Admission is free and open to all ages. For more information, e-mail email@example.com.
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