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Using Literature and Music to Understand Contemporary Jewish Identities with Anoushka Alexander-Rose and Uri Agnon Event

Lifelong Learning
Post Truth
13:00 - 14:00
21 May 2021
Online Webinar

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Event details

Announcing our free webinar series: Lunchtimes Unlocked The Southampton Institute of Arts and Humanities (SIAH) is pleased to announce a new series of webinars. Entitled Lunchtimes Unlocked: Sustainably appreciating the world and its inhabitants this series has something for everyone.

The webinars offer you the opportunity to:

• develop skills in creative writing and in sustainably revitalising your wardrobe
• experience the sounds and the visual culture of the past
• engage with challenging ideas around culture and truth
• explore the natural worlds of coasts and forests

Join us for these sessions to learn more about what is around you and how to interpret the world and its people.

For further details about individual events and a booking link can be found below.

We live in what has been called a ‘post-truth age.’ In this interactive webinar, Anoushka and Uri, who are Parkes Outreach Fellows and doctoral researchers at the Parkes Institute for Jewish and Non-Jewish relations will speak about the relationship between truth, post-truth, contemporary issues within the recent history of Jewish and non-Jewish relationships and lead discussions on the same.

Anoushka and Uri will draw upon both their personal backgrounds as well as their academic practice as doctoral researchers to invite you to think about how they tackle contemporary media coverage of issues such as antisemitism and political stances about the same in their research. This webinar not only covers a very pertinent and topical theme, but also offers you an opportunity to reflect on the intersection of personal and professional identities and demystify the world of academic research.

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