Center for Jewish History
September 7th, 2022
“Jewish Noir II: Tales of Crime and Other Dark Deeds” is a new collection of short stories by Jewish and non-Jewish writers, including numerous award-winning authors, exploring the light and dark sides of religion and culture, examining such issues as the enduring legacy of negative stereotypes amid rising anti-Semitism, prejudice, assimilation, and questions of regional, national, and ethnic identity.
Co-editors Chantelle Aimée Osman and Kenneth Wishnia as well as contributors Dr. Maria Bivens-Smith, Robin Hemley, Rabbi Ilene Schneider, and Xu Xi are in conversation with Lauren Gilbert, Senior Manager for Public Services at the Center for Jewish History.
This event took place on September 7, 2022.