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02/07/2018 - Discussion: Face to Face with Demjanjuk
On Wednesday, February 7, the HLHW series will feature Martin Haas. In 2009 San Diego resident Martin Haas participated as a co-plaintiff in the Bavarian Superior Court case against the Ukrainian-born Ivan Demjanjuk, a US citizen who had participated in the mass-extermination of European Jews during WW II. What does it mean to come face to face with a man who was involved in the murder of one
02/01/2018 - Lecture: The Age of Baroque
The story of the Age of Baroque is a tale of today. To examine the 17th century is to reveal the 21st: two centuries united by tribalism, sectarianism, and acquiescence to unreasoning power.

We shall explore this dynamic period through the lens of its greatest artists. Art has always been the handmaiden of power, its uses and abuses magnified by this era. The power of grand monarchs of this period is clearly evident, whether through Philip IV of Spain, France
02/08/2018 - Lecture: The Age of Baroque
The story of the Age of Baroque is a tale of today. To examine the 17th century is to reveal the 21st: two centuries united by tribalism, sectarianism, and acquiescence to unreasoning power.

We shall explore this dynamic period through the lens of its greatest artists. Art has always been the handmaiden of power, its uses and abuses magnified by this era. The power of grand monarchs of this period is clearly evident, whether through Philip IV of Spain, France
02/13/2018 - Lecture: The Age of Baroque
The story of the Age of Baroque is a tale of today. To examine the 17th century is to reveal the 21st: two centuries united by tribalism, sectarianism, and acquiescence to unreasoning power.

We shall explore this dynamic period through the lens of its greatest artists. Art has always been the handmaiden of power, its uses and abuses magnified by this era. The power of grand monarchs of this period is clearly evident, whether through Philip IV of Spain, France
01/24/2018 - Discussion: Models of Jesus' Jewishness
Jesus lived, taught and died as a Jew. He was embedded in the Jewish world of practice and piety. This lecture will present different models of Jesus' Jewishness as presented in the New Testament narrative. We will looks at texts that demonstrate a Jesus who embodies qualities of 1st century Judaism and a Jesus who fashions elements of charismatic Judaism.

Admission/Cost: FREE

Location:
Coronado Library
640 Orange Avenue
Coronado, CA 92118
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Wednesday, January 24 - 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM

For more information, please call: (619) 522-7390
01/20/2018 - Comhaltas Open House
Comhaltas Ceolt
01/13/2018 - Talk: Living in Saudi Arabia, An American Woman's Perspective
Luann Reiter spent four years living and working in Riyadh and Al-Kobar as a lecturer and yoga instructor, and will share her stories. What is daily life like for an American woman living in Saudi Arabia? Her thoughts, priorities and daily routine may surprise you. An informal talk—complete with photos—of a land shrouded in mystery.

Admission/Cost: FREE

Location:
La Jolla Riford Library
7555 Draper Avenue
San Diego, CA 92037
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Saturday, January 13 - 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
01/14/2018 - Community Conversation: Be the Change
In celebration of the legacy of change which Martin Luther King Jr. inspired, we invite you to join us for an afternoon gathering to share stories of people who have emboldened you to "be the change" and create art influenced by these change makers. Join us in the California Plaza
01/17/2018 - The Holocaust Litigations: Defining Guilt, Extracting Reparations
The HLHW series will feature William Lerach, a leading securities lawyer in the US who will shed light on how eliminationist antisemitism may have been the main reason behind the Nazis
01/19/2018 - Talk by Taner Akšam on Armenian Genocide
On April 23, the New York Times published an article about Professor Taner Ak
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