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Friday, February 14 • 8:45pm - 10:10pm
21st-Century Shoah (Holocaust) Storytelling

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Drawing from her own experience and stories, internationally renowned storyteller and educator Caren Schnur Neile (Ph.D; directs the South Florida Storytelling Project at Florida Atlantic University), will discuss the importance of Jewish storytelling and the need for, and benefits of, programs such as Witness Theater, which, by bringing together young people and survivors, preserves and transmits the unique stories survivors share.

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Caren Schnur Neile

Caren Schnur Neile, Ph.D., MFA, is an affiliate professor at Florida Atlantic University, teaching storytelling studies. A graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary, she performs, teaches, and publishes worldwide and is a Fulbright Senior Specialist in Jerusalem. She is founding editor of the journal Storytelling, Self, Society; former chair of the National Storytelling Network; co-host and producer of The Public... Read More →


Friday February 14, 2014 8:45pm - 10:10pm
Cove I & II

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