Award-winning scholar Dr. Shari Rabin, formerly assistant professor in the [...]
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Rabin has published an article entitled "Mohalim, Not Missionaries: Outsider and Insider Bodies in Southern Religious History".
"At one historic time, Charleston was the nation's hub of Jewish life and religious freedom, giving rise to a rich Jewish heritage that endures today. Jewish history here has roots so deep, especially for a smallish Southern city, that one of its oldest families is donating $1.5 million to create a center for Southern Jewish culture at the College of Charleston."