Jewish Identity at Work: A Longitudinal Study of Jews Working in Jewish Organizations

Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 3:30pm

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Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion, Room 101 3077 University Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90007

Speaker: Tobin Belzer is a Sociologist of American Jewry and Contributing Fellow at the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture.

We are delighted to announce the first spring talk for the Casden Faculty and Graduate Student Research Seminar.  On Feb 1 at 3:30, Sociologist and Contributing Fellow at the Center for Religion and Civic Culture,  Tobin Belzer will present her work in progress,  "Jewish Identity at Work: A Longitudinal Study of Jews Working in Jewish Organizations."  

As a doctoral candidate in sociology at Brandeis University, Dr. Belzer conducted a qualitative study exploring the intersection of identity and occupation among young adults who work in Jewish organizations. With support from the Covenant Foundation, she is now adding a longitudinal component to this study by interviewing 25 of the original research subjects 15 years later. 

Please RSVP to Lisa Ansell, Associate Director of the Casden Institute at: lansell@usc.edu

Free Parking available at Hebrew Union College.

The talk is co-sponsored by the Center for Religion and Civil Culture at the University of Southern California (CRCC).

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Lecture / Talk / Workshop

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Students, Faculty/Staff

Campus

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CRCC

Cost

FREE

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