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Ethics/Religion and Society Lecture Series: Susannah Heschel

Keith Bowers
7 p.m., Monday April 08 | Free.

 Heschel teaches Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College and has held visiting professorships at Princeton, Tufts, the Universities of Frankfurt, Edinburgh and Cape Town. Located in the Conaton Board Room, her lecture will focus on her writings, <i>"Jewish-Christian relations, the history of biblical scholarship and anti-semitism."</i>



Where: Xavier University
Phone: 513-745-3000
Address: 3800 Victory Parkway
Website: www.xu.edu

Xavier University

3800 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio
45207
 
A private Jesuit Catholic liberal arts university.
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