From Maxwell House to Moss: The Haggadah Through History (In-Person)

Gila Silverman
Director of Jewish Lifelong Learning, Siegal Lifelong Learning, CWRU
Landmark Centre Building
Mondays, March 21 - April 11
1:30-3 p.m. ET

The Haggadah is one of the most published books in Jewish history. The thousands of different editions – and the artwork and commentaries they contain – provide a window into history, culture, geography, and the evolution of Jewish practice. There is the Maxwell House Haggadah, mass-produced and distributed free with coffee purchases since 1932, and the limited edition paper-arts Haggadah created by American-Israeli artist David Moss. There are feminist, vegetarian, and social action Haggadot. There are Haggadot that tell the histories of different peoples and countries. There is even a Hogwarts Haggadah. Join us as we journey through Jewish history by exploring these diverse books.

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