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(Not) Eating with Your Neighbor: Christian and Islamic Views on Jewish Food

Thursday, June 27 10 a.m.

Space Available
Course closing date: 6/27/2019
Location: Landmark Centre
This class will be held in room: Auditorium
Your Instructor(s) will be: David Freidenreich
For more information contact: Elana Goodwin or Sheryl Hirsh, 216.368.2091

Christians may not eat Jewish food, according to church laws from the fourth through nineteenth centuries. Medieval—and some modern—Sunnis and Shiʿis engage in fierce debates over whether Muslims may eat Jewish food. What makes this food “Jewish” in the first place? Why did thought leaders in these communities care about the Jewishness of their food anyway? What lessons might be relevant to Jewish life in today’s multicultural world?

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The Laura and Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program | Case Western Reserve University | 10900 Euclid Avenue | Cleveland, OH 44106-7116 | 216.368.2090 | lifelonglearning@case.edu

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