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JLL Sunday Salon With Bob Schwartz: How to Make a Golem

November 24 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The golem is one of the most enduring and mysterious myths in Jewish history. The ability to bring a man of clay to life, by means of holy letters and names, has fascinated and sometimes tempted mystical scholars for centuries. This is an overview of the history and mystique of the golem, including how it has found its way into popular culture—most famously in the novel Frankenstein. Clips from the celebrated 1920 German film Der Golem by Paul Wegener will be shown, but no golems will be made or brought to life—at least not here.
Bob Schwartz is chair of the Temple Emanu-El Jewish Lifelong Learning committee.
This is a free class, but we want to know who is coming! Please call 520-327-4501 to RSVP, or register online at https://www.tetucson.org/event/sunday-salon-with-bob-schwartz-how-to-make-a-golem.html

Details

Date:
November 24
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Venue

Temple Emanu-El
225 N. Country Club
Tucson, AZ 85716 United States
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Phone:
(520) 327-4501
Website:
https://www.tetucson.org/
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