“If I Forget Thee, O Jerusalem” – The Idea Of The Return To Zion In Jewish History
Part of JTS Summer Learning Series, “A Wandering People: Jewish Journeys, Real and Imagined”
Monday, June 7 at 2 pm
with Chancellor Shuly Rubin Schwartz
Exiled by the Romans almost two thousand years ago, Jews were compelled to sustain a connection to the Land of Israel from a distance. The longing to return to Zion emerged as a central motif in the liturgy and literature of the Jewish people and fueled Jewish creativity for centuries. Click here to register.