Has there ever been a bigger conflict of American ideas than our national experience during the Vietnam War? At the center of this generation-defining 1960s clash was our own Madison, Wisconsin. Together we will focus on the anti-war movement and its Jewish leaders, as we welcome the University of Wisconsin Center for Jewish Studies’ Greenfield Summer Institute as they kick off their new “Greenfield East” here at the JCC. Then, we continue our commitment to political ideas and conversations as we explore the American Presidency through the eyes of Milwaukee’s leading political science professors and scholars. Join us as we bring the theater of politics into the context of our lives through film, literature, and dialogue. Click here for the Tapestry Spring 2014 Brochure.
Upcoming Ideas Programs
Exploring Jewish Genius - Sunday, March 9 at 4:00PM - FREE
Steven Spielberg with Brad Lichtenstein - view the film The Directors: Steven Spielberg
The American Presidency - Thursdays - May 1, 8, 15, & 29 at 10:30 AM
Four Session Series Featuring Political Science Professors Dr. Lilly Goren of Carroll University, Dr. Karen Hoffman of Marquette University and Dr. Julie Azari of Marquette University - Fee is $12/session - Member Value Fee is $8/session
"Jews and Their Neighbors" A Taste of Madison's Famed Summer Institute here in Milwaukee - Wednesday, May 21 and Thursday May 22
Keynote: Jewish Madison in the 1960s with Paul Soglin, Ben Sidran and Jane Brotman - May 21 at 7:00 PM
Martin Fletcher at the JCC - Wednesday, May 14 at 7:00 PM
Join NBC Special Correspondent and author of Jacob's Oath.
Questions? Contact Mona Cohen to learn more (414) 967-8249