The Jewish Future in America: The Problems, Possibilities, and Projections
The Jewish Future in America: The Problems, Possibilities, and Projections |
Light refreshments following the program
What does the future hold for American Jewry? Are we doomed to falling numbers and lower commitments? Or is there hope for growth and vitality? What will happen to our philanthropic commitments and relationship with Israel? How will synagogues, federations and JCCs fare? What about intermarriage?
If there is anyone who can answer these questions it is Professors Steven Cohen and Ira Sheskin, two of the country's top Jewish demographers, who have their finger of the pulse of the American Jewish present and future.
Made possible in part by the Diann and Thomas Mann Distinguished Symposium Fund, and co-sponsored by Ohio State’s College of Arts and Sciences, The Columbus Jewish Federation, and The Columbus Jewish Foundation.
|Date and time:||October 14, 2012|
|Location:||Area on Campus: Columbus JCC 1125 College Ave.|
|Event category:||Melton Center for Jewish Studies|