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February 25, 1983 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-25

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28 Friday, February 25, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Cong. Shaarey Zedek will
present Dr. Eric M. Meyers,
director of the graduate
program in religious studies
at Duke University, for the
annual Rabbi Morris Adler
Memorial Lecture at 8 p.m.
March 9. He will describe
the "Discovery of the Oldest
Sacred Ark in Israel."
Dr. Meyers is listed in
"Who's Who in Religion in
America," "International
Biography of Scholars," Na-
tional Geographic. He has
received major awards and
fellowships from the Smith-
sonian Institute, the Duke
Research Council and the
Memorial Foundation for
Jewish Culture among
others.
Dr. Meyers received his
doctorate with distinction
from Harvard University,
his master's degree from
Brandeis University and
his Bachelor of Arts degree
from Dartmouth College.
He also studied at Hebrew
University and Hebrew
Union College in Jerusalem
and the University of Vie-
nna, Austria. He is pre-
sently on a sabbatical at Ox-
ford University where he
has been awarded a fellow-
ship.
Since 1964, he has been
supervisor, director and
co-director of 11 ar-
cheological expeditions
and explorations, mainly
in Israel — the latest
being director of excava-
tions at En-Nabratein in
1980-1981 and co-director
of the Survey and Exca-
vations in Venosa, Italy,
sponsored by the World
Jewish Congress, Uni-
versity of Bari and the In-
stitute of Christian
Archeology.
Dr. Meyers has published

six boOks, among them
"Archeology, the Rabbis
and the New Testament"
and has four more books in
preparation. He also has
published numerous arti-
cles, delivered many schol-
arly papers and is the
author of many reviews.
Dr. Meyers also was con-
sultant for WNET televi-
sion "Civilization and the
Jews" series with Abba
Eban, served as reviewer for
the National Endowment
for the Humanities and has
served as director of Hillel
Foundation at Brandeis
University, of a summer
seminar in Israel and of the
Albright Institute in
Jerusalem. His member-
ship in professional associa-
tions includes the American
Academy of Religion, board
of directors of Brandeis
University, Israel Explora-
tion Society and more.
The program is sponsored
by the Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Cultural Commission. Dr.
Samuel Stulberg and I.
Murray Jacobs, co-
chairmen, invite the com-
munity. Admission is free.

Shaarey Zedek Will Show
Films of Famous Musicians

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Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
Cultural Commission,
Drama Division, will pre-
sent two films, one on
pianist Artur Rubinstein
and the other on violinist
Isaac Stern March 13 and
31, respectively.
At 8 p.m. March 13, "Love
of Life," a biography of the
famous pianist will be
shown in the Morris Adler
Hall of the synagogue.
Paul Winter, assistant
professor of humanities at
Wayne State University's
College of Lifelong Learn-
ing and radio and TV per-

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sonality, will provide the
commentary.
At 8 p.m. March 31,
"From Mao to Mozart,"
tracing the historic visit
of violinist Stern to China
will be shown.
Profs. Pao Kuang and
Tuan Huey Kuo of WSU
will be on hand to answer
questions.
The Hermelin-Weinberg
Family will sponsor the
programs. The community
is invited free of charge to
both programs.

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offer valid with entree until April 1, 1983

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DR. ERIC MEYERS

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RON KRAMER




Archeologist to Give Adler
Memorial Lecture at SZ

ARTUR RUBINSTEIN

Bathsheba was King Sol-
omon's mother.

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