Virtual Tour: Jewish Ghetto of Rome

GENINT 731.405

Osher (50+). In this course, members get access to virtual tours.

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About this course:

Jewish and Italian History are merged as the infamous Ghetto of Rome is 'liberated' upon the ascension to the throne of King Victor Emmanuel II, in 1870. Rome leaves behind its thousand year rule by the Roman Catholic Church and the Jewish Community of Rome is freed from more than 300 years of house arrest. This 7-acre patch of dense urban fabric in the heart of Rome has come to symbolize Jewish solidarity as well as the successful assimilation of a pre-diaspora migration of Jews from the Holy Land to join the patchwork of ancient Roman society.  This virtual tour is offered by Andrew Kranis, a professional guide and professor of architecture and urbanism in Rome. The tour is a condensed and fact-filled seminar highlighting history, architecture and design as well as the hidden gems and neighborhood character that only a longtime resident can illuminate.

Winter 2022 Schedule

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Saturday 10:00AM - 11:00AM PT
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ENROLL BY: Jan 17, 2022
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Free for OLLI members only. Visitors not permitted. Please download a free version of zoom at https://zoom.us/ to participate in this course.

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Sat Feb 12, 2022
10:00AM PT - 11:00AM PT
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