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American Jewish History with Marc Dollinger

  • Jewish Community Library 1835 Ellis Street San Francisco, CA, 94115 United States (map)

American Jewish History: Exploring the Sources
A presentation by Marc Dollinger
7 P.M Reception / 7:30 P.M. Program

Free event at the Jewish Community Library / 1835 Ellis Street, San Francisco

Historian Marc Dollinger returns to the Jewish Community Library to celebrate the publication of American Jewish History: A Primary Source Reader, which he co-edited with Gary Phillip Zola. This rich collection of documents on American Jewish history ranges from the colonial period to President Obama’s proclamation of Jewish American Heritage Month in 2013.

Marc Dollinger holds the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Endowed Chair in Jewish Studies and Social Responsibility at San Francisco State University.

Co-sponsored by the Department of Jewish Studies at San Francisco State University, the Jewish Community High School of the Bay, and the Academic Consortium of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund. Co-presented by Lehrhaus Judaica.

The Jewish Community Library is located on the campus of the Jewish Community High School. Free parking in the building's private garage. Enter garage on Pierce Street, between Ellis and Eddy; buzz intercom for entrance. Pedestrians use gate at Ellis Street and buzz intercom for entrance.