How did Jews study medicine and who were their patients? What were their career options? What did they think of the great medical debates of their time, and what kinds of tensions characterized their professional and personal lives? How did they respond to the great pandemic of 1347-1352 known as the Black Death?
On Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019, 1:15 to 2:45, Susan Einbinder, Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, Department of Literatures, Cultures and Languages, UConn, will present "Jewish Physicians in Europe's Middle Ages" for UConn Extension's Center for Learning in Retirement (CLIR).
There is a fee to register:
CLIR’s purpose is to provide intellectual stimulus for adults from all walks of life through informal classes and discussions. There are no academic or age requirements. Come join us in the Vernon Cottage on UConn’s Depot Campus, with free parking and access for the mobility impaired. (GPS address: Witryol Place, Storrs, CT 06269) For registration questions ONLY, contact Marilyn Diaz at firstname.lastname@example.org. For all other questions, email CLIR President Steve Kenton at email@example.com. The CLIR schedule is also available on the Web at http://clir.uconn.edu