Sunday, November 19
1:00 pm ET (No Eagles game!)
The Weitzman Museum, in-person only
Free and open to the public
For more than a century, American sport has served as a yardstick with which American Jews and other groups measure how much they had “made it” in the United States. Sports is also the arena in which Americans talk about social change. This panel of historians and sport insiders will discuss the power of sport and much more. Sponsored by the Shusterman Foundation.
- Zev Eleff, PhD, President, Gratz College, author of Dyed in Crimson: Football, Faith and Remaking Harvard’s America
- Adam Fisher, Head Coach, Temple Owls
- Adam Neuman, JD, Chief of Staff/Special Advisor to Baltimore Ravens’ President
- Beth Wenger, PhD, Moritz and Josephine Berg Professor of History and Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, University of Pennsylvania
Fun Philly Nosh Included!
Registration to Come