Moses Mendelssohn (1729-1786) continues to impact the world of philosophy and Jewish thought. During his life and following his death, a variety of artists tried to capture his character, depicting his life, his relationships with Jews and non-Jews, and his unique role in the modern Jewish world.


In English | Sunday | August 6 | 8pm | 1pm EDT

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Our new series explores the visual revolution that took place in Jewish history from the 17th century, a period when Jews acclimatized to general society generating fascinating visual images that reflect the life and society of their times

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