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The Objects That Remain: The Ethics of Tending to Sacred Objects - Shared screen with speaker view
Sally Kim
49:46
Thank you for enabling the closed captioning. Good luck with your roundtable discussion!
Dr. Polly Zavadivker (she/her/hers)
50:13
yes. can people see us when they enter?
Janice Selekman
52:02
no sound
U.MediaServices-Chris
53:28
check your settings- sound os good
Caryl MarcusStape
55:50
😍
Kathleen Capallo
01:04:13
Please visit Dr. Levitt's website for more information https://lauralevitt.org/
Caryl MarcusStape
01:04:32
Way to represent Delaware Laura!!! xoxo
Nena Todd
01:05:24
Hi Laura. this is Nena Todd. Good to see you.
Rabbi H Richard White
01:16:18
Laura, I graduated from Temple in 1961. In my senior year Temple started to teach Hebrew and Hebrew Literature. I took these courses, taught by Rabbi Samuel Klein, a wonderful teacher and later used his methods in my teaching Hebrew at Salisbury University and the Military Academy at West Point (I am a retired rabbi and Army chaplain. Still a fanatical Temple Owls fan. Rabbi Dick White
Dr. Laura Levitt
01:17:33
Thank you for this powerful story Rabbi White.
Rabbi H Richard White
01:17:41
PS we live in Milton, DE and go to Beth Sholom in Dover
Cheryl Harper
01:28:38
Would you put that word in the chat box
Sarah Wasserman
01:28:44
Thank you so much to all of you for your remarks today and your work.
Jane Klinger (she/her/hers)
01:29:14
The word is numinou
Alison Parker
01:29:16
Thank you for such powerful presentations!
U.MediaServices
01:29:24
attendees seeing gallery now
Jane Klinger (she/her/hers)
01:29:30
Apologies: numinous
Cheryl Harper
01:29:43
Thank you.
Jay Reed
01:29:45
Thank you all for sharing such illuminating stories!
William Donnelly
01:30:39
Thank you for sharing your work. These objects and their history’s are so powerful.
Dr. Polly Zavadivker (she/her/hers)
01:32:26
i'll read out the questions next
Lu Ann De Cunzo
01:51:09
The Native American Grave Protection Act is the legal basis for that
Marieka Kaye
01:56:09
Thanks - this is so interesting and I love hearing your point of views so much.
Brooke Adams
02:04:11
Can you type the full name of Lily please? I want to look this subject up. Also this has been a wonderful lecture, thank you so much, all of you!
Caryl MarcusStape
02:04:23
Thank you all for sharing your stories and insight. Rabbi White, I agree 100% Laura’s story is incredibly powerful. While I am not a professional, I have had experience with the Lower East Side Tenement Museum as they feature my grandfather, Max Marcus (Z’l) in their Shopkeepers exhibit and I was able to donate several objects for the the exhibit. Again, Many Thanks for sharing and continuing this conversation
Dr. Laura Levitt
02:05:26
Thank you Caryl what a moving story!
Devin McMillen
02:07:12
Thank you all for sharing!
Margalit Schindler (they/them)
02:07:33
https://www.artcons.udel.edu/about-us/family-treasures-series
Nylah Byrd
02:08:06
Great talk, thank you!!!
Charlotte Zaback
02:12:40
Would like to thank the U of D and the panelists for an extremely informative program.
Rabbi H Richard White
02:16:20
There is the Yiddish Book Center near Amherst, Mass. We have donated a number of books to the Center.
Sophia Johnson
02:16:31
thank you! this has been so moving
Kathleen Capallo
02:16:46
Great program!
Rebecca Volk
02:16:49
Thank you!
Dr. Laura Levitt
02:17:17
Thank you!! Katie too!!!
U.MediaServices
02:17:23
they only see me- have a good nnight
Dr. Laura Levitt
02:17:36
Good night!
Kathleen Capallo
02:17:38
Thank you, Chris!
Dr. Polly Zavadivker (she/her/hers)
02:17:38
thanks everyone!!!