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October 9

Jerusalem: City of the Book

city of the bookThe Toby and Herbert Stolzer Endowed Program

Join us on October 25 at 2:00 p.m. for a discussion of the literary treasures of Jerusalem. A distinguished panel will tell the story of the ancient city, and of its people of diverse faiths and cultures, through forays into its most inaccessible holdings: hidden Jewish archives, rare manuscripts in Christian and Islamic libraries, and the riches of its Armenian heritage. Advance registration is required.

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Benjamin Balint, writer; translator; coauthor, Jerusalem: City of the Book

Father Columba Stewart, Executive Director, Hill Museum & Manuscript Library, Saint John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota

Bedross Der Matossian, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Cosponsored by the Rutgers–New Brunswick Libraries and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies

Support the Rutgers Jewish Film FestivalEveryone s a Critic

Join our circle of sponsors! Support the festival and attend a private event on October 14 with A. O. Scott, Chief Film Critic, The New York Times.

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