Four Jewish Trials

Brian Amkraut
Director, Siegal Lifelong Learning
Landmark Centre Building
Tuesdays, April 21-May 12
1-2:30 p.m.

This course focuses on a number of unique legal cases from the late 19th and early 20th century. Not only was the Jewishness of the defendants directly related to the course of the legal proceedings, but each of these cases attracted tremendous publicity, even at the international level. Analyzing and comparing these historical events and how Jews and non-Jews reacted to them provides a window for understanding the different circumstances in which Jews found themselves in various parts of the world during this time period.

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