Feb

18 2021

Club Fed Passport to Rome

10:30AM - 12:30PM  

Zoom

Contact Jeremy Lisitza
941-343-2113
jlisitza@jfedsrq.org

$ Cost $ 18.00

 

Jewish and Italian History are merged as the infamous Ghetto of Rome is 'liberated' upon the ascension to the throne of King Victor Emmanuel II, in 1870. Rome has come to symbolize Jewish solidarity as well as the successful assimilation of a pre-diaspora migration of Jews from the Holy Land to join the patchwork of ancient Roman society. 

Andrew Kranis, a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome, has guided and taught architecture and urban design in Rome for over a decade.

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