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The Ongoing Relevance of Anne Frank in Latin America

November 1, 2018 @ 7:30 pm

Gann Academy is pleased to join Brandeis University’s HBI Project in Latin American Jewish & Gender Studies and other cosponsors for “A Latin American Pen, A Global Memory: Imagining Anne Frank Today”

Riemer-Goldstein Theater, JCC Greater Boston
333 Nahanton St. Newton, MA

The event will feature a dramatic reading of Marjorie Agosín’s illustrated book Anne: Imagining the Diary of Anne Frank, which will be accompanied by a multimedia presentation and a moderated conversation with the author and illustrator about the ongoing relevance of Anne Frank in Latin America.

Tickets are free for students and $18 for adults.

Accompanied by a panel discussion about the ongoing relevance of Anne Frank in Latin America.

Panelists :

Dalia Wassner , Ph.D. -HBI Project in Latin Amer ican Jewish & Gender Studies , Brandeis University
Marjorie Agosín, Ph.D. – Author and Professor of Spanish, Wellesley College
Francisca Yáñez– Illustrator , graphic designer and visual artist
Nisha Sajnani, Ph.D. – Director , Drama Therapy Program, New York University
Sandra Mayo – Printmaker and mixed media artist

Co-sponsors : JCC Greater Boston ∙ Facing History & Ourselves ∙ Hadassah Boston ∙ Jewish Women’ s Archive ∙ Gann Academy ∙ Temple Beth Zion

Details

Date:
November 1, 2018
Time:
7:30 pm
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Venue

Newton JCC
333 Nahanton Street
Newton, MA 02459
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Phone:
617.558.6420
Website:
https://www.bostonjcc.org/