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JOI Associate Executive Director Paul Golin to Speak at Conference on Patrilineal Descent

JOI Associate Executive Director Paul Golin will be one of seven presenters at “Half Jewish? The Heirs of Intermarriage,” a colloquium held at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, in cooperation with Newberger Hillel at the University of Chicago, and Fiedler Hillel at Northwestern University, on April 20-22, 2012.

“Half Jewish?” is crucial to the future of American Judaism–an opportunity and a challenge. For two decades, half of the marriages involving Jews have been intercultural. Their children are now young adults, choosing their own identities. Who are they? How do they relate to being Jewish, and to both sides of their families? Is “half Jewish” like “half pregnant,” or can the Jewish world accept multiple identities in an open tent? … The IISHJ’s Colloquium 2012: “Half Jewish?” The Heirs of Intermarriage will be a fascinating exploration of the future of the Jewish people.

To register for the colloquium, click here, and for more information, please click here.



2 Comments

  1. Hello!

    I can’t attend the colloquium, but hope someone will record this talk and make it available. My husband and kids are Jewish, so I’m very interested in this topic!

    Thanks!!

    Comment by Debbie T. — April 5, 2012 @ 12:28 pm

  2. Complete DVD sets for the entire Colloquium will be available reasonably soon after the conference - check back at www.iishj.org over the summer, or let us know to let you know when they are done. We will also be publishing a book based on the presentations at the conference, all of which should be fascinating.

    Rabbi Adam Chalom, IISHJ

    Comment by Rabbi Adam Chalom — April 12, 2012 @ 10:24 pm

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