About the Center
The College of Charleston’s Center for Southern Jewish Culture seeks to broaden public knowledge and inspire conversations about the southern Jewish experience.
Generously funded by the Pearlstine/Lipov family in 2014, it brings together the resources of the College's Jewish Studies Program, Addlestone Library's Jewish Heritage Collection, and The Jewish Historical Society of South Carolina.
While food may seem simple, what people eat is shaped not only by geography and the environment, but also by culture, religion, and the interaction…
News and Notes
- 18 OctRead more
The First Jewish Americans: Freedom and Culture in the New World opens at the New York Historical Society in Manhattan on Thursday, October 27. Former
- 13 SepRead more
Acting Director Shari Rabin has published an article entitled “Mohalim, Not Missionaries: Outsider and Insider Bodies in Southern Religious History” as part of a special issue on