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September 15, 1995 - Image 121

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-15

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You Want Sixteen Different
Views On Why
Jewish Affiliation Is Decreasing?
No Problem.

This exciting group of internationally renowned scholars, authors and leaders will explore
issues critical to Jewish cultural vitality and Jewish continuity in a world where formal
Jewish affiliation is steadily decreasing. Colloquium participants and Institute will respond.

FELICE PAZNER MALKIN Internationally

SHOSHANA S. CARDIN Major leader of
American Jewish Community. Served as
President of numerous major Jewish
organizations, including Council of Jewish
Federations. Currently, Chairman, United Israel
Appeal, National Chairman, Jerusalem 3000
committee, National Vice-Chairman, United
Jewish Appeal.

ANDRE ACIMAN Acclaimed author

of personal memoir, OUT OF EGYPT,
an insight into an important chapter
of Sephardic Jewish history. Teaches
French literature, Princeton University.

YEHUDA AMICHAI Israel's greatest

contemporary poet. Recipient of
every major literary award for poetry
in Israel.

noted Israeli artist and educator. Co-editor of
THE LEXICON OF THE ARTS. Creator of
photomural exhibit, JEWISH FIGURATIVE ART:
THE FIRST 3,000 YEARS.

YAAKOV MALKIN Israeli scholar. Lecturer in

JOEL FEINBERG Prominent philosopher of

human rights. Regents Professor Emeritus of
Philosophy and Law, University of Arizona.
Extensive writings include the four volume
work, THE MORAL LIMITS OF THE CRIMINAL
LAW.

YEHUDA BAUER Internationally

renowned Holocaust scholar. Author
of many works, including the recent
JEWS FOR SALE. Director of the
Sasson Center for the study of
Antisemitism, in Jerusalem.

American journalist. Columnist for the
Uruguayan newspaper, EL PAIS.

NORMAN F. CANTOR Leading

medieval historian. Professor of
History, Sociology and Comparative
Literature, New York University.
Author of the best-selling contro-
versial work on Jewish history, THE
SACRED CHAIN.

SHERWIN T. WINE Founder of the

EGON MAYER Author of major studies on

DISTINGUISHED GUEST
FACULTY MEMBER

BERNARD REISMAN Scholar of contempor-

ary Jewry. Director of the Program in Jewish
Communal Service, Brandeis University.

JENNA WEISSMAN JOSELIT Leading scholar

of Jewish life and culture in America. Teaches
in Religion Department, Princeton University.
Her many works include the recent THE
WONDERS OF AMERICA.

maker, writer and director. Major films
include HESTER STREET and CROSSING
DELANCEY. Recipient of 1995 Media Arts
Award of the National Foundation for
Jewish Culture.

Rhetoric, Hebrew University. Founder of
Jewish Community Center Movement in
Israel.
Co-Chair, International Institute for Secular
Humanistic Judaism.

Jewish intermarriage. Director of the Center
for Jewish Studies of the Graduate School,
City University of New York.

EGON FRIEDLER Distinguished South

JOAN MICKLIN SILVER Acclaimed film

movement of Humanistic Judaism. Author
of JUDAISM BEYOND GOD. Co-Chair,
International Institute for Secular
Humanistic Judaism.

CHARLES E. SILBERMAN Distinguished

journalist-scholar. Former member, Board
of Editors, FORTUNE magazine. Works
include A CERTAIN PEOPLE and CRISIS
IN BLACK AND WHITE.

ANNE ROIPHE Celebrated essayist,

COLLOQUIUM '95
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:

journalist, novelist. Commentator on Jewish
issues. Her works include GENERATION
WITHOUT MEMORY and LOVING KINDNESS.

NANCY SILVER SHALIT

Join us for a three-day and three-night intellectual adventure to examine a significant contemporary issue:

The Unaffiliated Jew

OCTOBER 12TH OCTOBER 15TH, 1995

COL ()QUI NI '95

International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism

Pivnick Center for Humanistic Judaism • Birmingham Temple

28611 West Twelve Mile Road, Farmington Hills, Michigan • (810) 476-9532

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For discounted travel and lodging call Gateway Travel at (800) 423-4898.



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❑ COLLOQUIUM '95 without meals* $150



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❑ COLLOQUIUM '95 with meals* $215

*Meals include Friday, Saturday. and Sunday luncheons and Shabbat dinner on Friday evening.

❑ I/We want to join the supporters of the important continuing Colloquium Programs and be listed in the

International Institute
for Secular
Humanistic Judaism

COLLOQUIUM '95 program book.

❑ Friend; $25+

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