Amal Jamal of Tel Aviv U. in conversation about his new book “Reconstructing the Civic: Palestinian Civil Activism in Israel.” Part of Civil Society and Plurality in Israel series from Helen Diller Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies at Berkeley Law.
U. of Oregon history professor Annelise Heinz talks about her 2021 book, the history of the game, and its role in Chinese American heritage and Jewish American women’s culture. Presented by Congregation B’nai Shalom.
Old Country music with roots in Carpathian, Romanian, Polish, Moldovian, Bessarabian, Greek and Ottoman Jewish sounds. Masks and proof of vaccination/negative test required. Registration required. $5 to park.
Lecture series with educator Vavi Toran concludes with a look at homeland songs as identity shapers and morale builders in Israel’s early years. Includes listening samples. Presented by Or Shalom Jewish Community. Free, with registration.