Aim- Arbor- Hilrerlratinifittibit
will be participating with series-mini courses will take place
the Soviet Jewry. Committee of on Wednesday and Thursday eve-
the Aim Arbor Jonsish Conitntmity, nings. The theme of this first series
Council in it deMbustratiOn 7:30 is "Minority Groups in the Middle
p.m. Tuesday at Hill Auditorium East.
in conjunction with the appear-
On Wednesday, Dr. Moshe
ance of the Osipov, Balalaika Or-
Sherop,. professor of Islamic his-
tolyjfebrew University, will -speak
on "The Bedouins: An Arab
TAW first Belt Midrash lecture minority in Israel and Jordan." On
• Wednesday,.Dr. Abraham L. Udo-
vich, professor of Near Eastern
studies and histories at Princeton
University, will speak on "Jews
and Arabs—The Political and
Economic Status of Jews Under
PRESCRIPTION OPTICAL CO. , Islam."
Both lectures will take place
8:30 p.m. in the Brasley Lounge. will be thennnuallafice-hamentash
• • •
debate, held 8:30 Purim night,
The folltnring- week, "Ellnitz Feb. 28, in the Hillel Foundation-
Karavitt;" a' group of visiting The chairman of the debating
Israeli and American artists, teams will be Prof. Marvin Fel ,
poets and „writers, will present Beim.
a program of "Problems - and
Perspectives of Communal Liv-
ing" in the NAM ?hinter of
the Mel Foundatiox. The pro- Avneri Speaks at :U41
grants will take place-11 p.m.
Shlomo Avian", professor of 4Ili 11/176 00,11.111 i.i 14111"pati1am
Feb. 15 and 7 -and S p.m. Feb. 16.
political theory at Hebrew-Univer- •
Feb . 16.
examine _"Marx's Philosoz
(Bee story below)
PITY of History and the Non-Euro-
peen World" 3 p„ni.. today m Angell II,
The MAOR Theater will present
Hall at the University of Afichigan.
the American premiere of It
His visit is jointly sponsored by •
Turns," by Israeli playwright Jos-
the Bnai Brith Mild Foundation
FINE SEIECToki OF
eph Mundi 8 p.m. Feb. 20. Tickets
and the university's Center for Run: •
will be on sale during the week of
Feb. 21 at the Hillel Foundation
MON. THRU NIL, 31:00-4:00
On Thursday, Dr. Avineri dis-
and also may be purchased at the
cussed "Moses Hess: Zionist, Com- •
THE DICK STEIN ORCHESTRA
26400 Southfield act.
3 Elks. N. of IC% Mile Rd.
Th final program in February
The third in a series of collegiate
THE JEEP SMITH ORCHESTRA
Political. Integration of the Non- •
weekends will be held Feb. 18-20
European Immigrant in Israel."
A:s tr to *." taiwittkr•
THE MODDI McCALISTER ORCH.
at Comp Tamarack.
hes.* vvcaFat with Jo.),
This weekend, under the sponsor-
THE ORIN ROSS ORCHESTRA
the Center for the Humanities at
ship of Wayne State University
Wesleyan University, Middletown,
Hillel Foundation, and the Jewish
Conn., is chairman of the political
Jewish students on 25 university
Community Center, is open to all
science department and director of
Jewish college students. The campuses across the country, in- the Levi Eshkol Institute for Social
theme is "The Source, the Way and cluding Wayne State University, Research at Hebrew University.
will be challenged to ponder the
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