Rescue, Resilience and Renewal. Thestory of Beth Hebrew, Phoenix
The Beth Hebrew is a mid-century synagogue currently located in downtown Phoenix. It was the first Orthodox synagogue in Phoenix when it was established in the 1950s, and it later became home to a Latino Pentecostal Church and an African-American Theater.
The Climates of Inequality project is an international traveling exhibit that launched in New Jersey in October 2019; it will travel to Phoenix in 2022. The exhibition is a collaboration between students and faculty at more than 20 universities worldwide, with each contributing panels to the project.
Spark is a collection of public humanities efforts in the community. From the people and their inspiration to the research and its results, these stories are igniting our society.
Many elections in the history of the U.S. are seen as important and all of them for different reasons. Before you head into Election Day, learn about a few elections from historians at SHPRS that may be just as novel as the current one. #ASUHumanities http://ow.ly/JzBT50C3etX
This Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 3 p.m., join @asu_csrc for their event, "Who Killed Truth? A conversation with Jill Lepore." Jill Lepore will delineate key moments in American history that shape our understandings of truth today. #ASUHumanities Register: http://ow.ly/KevG50C2MPO