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December 02, 1988 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-02

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The holidays are a time for
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why this is a very special
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Towers.

The best of the season to
you and yours. And Happy
Hanukkah from the Franklin
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Prof. David Wyman,
Holocaust scholar and the
Josiah DuBois Professor - of
History as well as professor of
Judaic studies at the Univer-
sity of Massachusetts in
Amherst, will deliver the se-

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110 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1988

The Chabad-Lubavitch
Organization of Michigan
will conduct a winter
wonderland — Shabbaton
weekend at Camp Tamarack,
Ortonville, Dec. 23-25.
This weekend of Jewish
self-discovery will explore
such issues as: How do we
define "Jewishness?" How
can a Jew relate to it? Can a
Jew deny it? Do non-Jews
have something similar to it?
Does a secular Jew fit in the
picture? There will be
seminars, informal discussion
and study groups, tempered
with Chasidic music and
dance. A program of winter
sports — tobogganning, ice
skating, cross-country skiing
— will be available on Dec. 25.
Registration is open to
anyone Jewish, regardless of
background or commitment.
There is a fee.
Rabbi Leibel and Devora
Alevsky will be the scholars-
in-residence. Rabbi Alevsky is
the director of all Chabad ac-
tivities in Cleveland. He and
his wife have lectured
throughout the country on
topics of Jewish interest. The
remainder of the prograin
staff will include Rabbi
Chaim Bergstein, Rabbi
Yitschak Meir Kagan, Rabbi

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Rabbi Leibel Alevsky

Elimelech and Chaya Sora
Silberberg.
For information call Rabbi
Bergstein, 626-3194; or Rab-
bi Silberberg, 626-1807.

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cond lecture in the Holocaust
Memorial Center's fall series.
He will address the topic,
"America and the Holocaust,"
on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Wyman earned a
bachelor's degree in history
at Boston University and a
Master of Arts degree in
education at Plymouth State
College, New Hampshire.
completing re-
After

quirements for a second
master's degree and a Ph.D.
degree in history at Harvard,
Wyman began his college
teaching career at Clark •
University.
His list of honors includes
the 1986 Chancellor's Medal
of the University of Massa-
chusetts and honorary doc-
torates at both the Hebrew
Union College (1986) and
Yeshiva University (1988). He
is also a recipient of the
Brooklyn Holocaust Memori-
al Committee's Humanitari-
an Award, the National
Jewish Book Award, and the

Saloutos Prize of the Im-
migration History Society.
Wyman is editor of the
HMC's multi-volume series,
The World Reacts to the
Holocaust, 1945-1990, now in
preparation.
He is the author of Paper
Walls: America and the
Refugee Crisis, 1938-1941 and
The Abandonment of the
Jews. The lecture will be held
in Shiffman Hall of the
Maple/Drake Jewish Corn-

munity Center. The corn-
munity is invited. There is no
charge. The building is
wheelchair accessible.

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