Exhibit opening of Symbolic Significance: Tracing the History of Jewish High Holidays and the First Day of School
Last week the University Libraries celebrated the exhibit opening of Symbolic Significance: Tracing the History of Jewish High Holidays and the First Day of School. This exhibit is the culmination of research by Kate Dietrick, archivist for the Upper Midwest Jewish Archives, who delved into over 100 years of local Jewish history.
For those who couldn’t attend, or would like to see it again, we have a video of the panel conversation with Natan Paradise, Director of the Center for Jewish Studies; Riv-Ellen Prell, Professor Emerita, University of Minnesota; Benjie Kaplan, Director, Hillel; and Steve Hunegs, Director, Jewish Community Relations Council available to view online. We also have an article about the exhibit, and event photos you can view and download.