An interdisciplinary Arts & Public History Project inspired by the left-wing Jewish community of Philadelphia from the 1930’s and beyond. Radical Jewish Philadelphia, a symposium held in celebration of the opening of Jews and Leftist Politics in Philadelphia - An Oral History Collection , a new archive to be housed in Temple University Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center, will include a keynote address by leading scholar of the American-Jewish left Tony Michels (University of Wisconsin-Madison), an exhibition of students' artworks, dance and theater performances, and a participatory oral history listening project. Collaboratively developed by Tyler’s Community Arts Practices Program, the Feinstein Center for American Jewish History, and Temple University Libraries. Exhibition open from April 25 – April 30, 2014.
Free and open to the public. Registration Required.
Kosher lunch available on April 25th for $10
*Register at www.eventbrite.com/e/radical-jewish-philadelphia-tickets-11092745701 
Friday, April 25th 10am-3pm
Saturday, April 26th 1pm-3pm For the Symposium schedule, visit the event page here .
Paley Library Lecture Hall, Temple University
1210 Polett Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19122