2020 Elie Wiesel Memorial Lecture Series

The Elie Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies is thrilled to announce the 2020 Elie Wiesel Memorial Lecture Series on Finding Moses. Join us on-line for a journey through three eminent traditions, Jewish midrash, early Islam, and African American literature and learn about the many faces and facets of the great biblical prophet and lawgiver. Guiding us on this search for Moses will be three distinguished speakers, experts in their respective fields. Avivah Zornberg, a widely published author and educator, will join us from Israel to speak on Moses in Midrash. Shari Lowin, a Stonehill College professor of religion and early Islam, will speak about Moses in the Muslim tradition. Herbert Marbury, a Vanderbilt professor of biblical studies will speak about finding Moses in the African American tradition. The Elie Wiesel Memorial Lectures are free and open to the public, but registration is required.

When 12:30 pm on Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Contact Name Theresa Cooney
Phone 6173538096
Contact Email ewcjs@bu.edu
Contact Organization Elie Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies
Fees Free
Speakers Avivah Zornberg, Shari Lowin, and Herbert Marbury