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.
.@asuEnglish presents scholar, activist & "Othello-whisperer" Ayanna Thompson as a guest in its TomorrowTalks series. Thompson will discuss her book, "Blackface (Object Lessons)" in an online event on Thursday, April 15 at 6 p.m. MST.
John Carlson, associate professor of religious studies and interim director of @asu_csrc spoke with @DeseretNews about civil religion in America, what it is and if it is dying off. #ASUHumanities http://ow.ly/INs350EmBfF