“Political Courage and Political Cowardice: Jewish Lives under Stalin Part II”
Alice Nakhimovsky, Distinguished Chair in Jewish Studies; Professor of Jewish Studies and Russian & Eurasian Studies
What happens when dreams of social justice end in massive pain and suffering for the intended beneficiaries? What does it take to rethink core beliefs? The lecture looks at the experience of three Jewish women swept up in the Soviet state, 1930-1953.
CO-SPONSORED BY FORUM ON SECURITY & DEMOCRACY
All are welcome. Refreshments 4:00-4:15 PM.
Tuesday, October 5 at 4:15pm to 6:00pm